2011

Colloquium program semester 1, 2011

Date           SpeakerTopic 

March 10

Dr Hannah Keage, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy, University of South Australia/Alumnus, School of Psychology, Flinders University

The brain, dementia and education in early life

March 17

Dr Owen Churches, Research Fellow, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia/Alumnus, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Getting to know you: Event-related potentials show an impairment in the acquisition of new face representations in autism

March 24

Professor Detlef Fetchenhauer, University of Cologne, Germany

Trust as behavior, cogition and emotion

March 31

No colloquium

 

April 7

Professor Siegfried Sporer, University of Giessen, Germany

Theory-driven improvement to detect deception: Does it work?

April 28

Sarah Wilksch, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Emotional processing in PTSD: Improving the outcomes of CBT for PTSD

May 12

Assoc. Prof. Melissa Haswell, Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW

Understanding empowerment through working with Aboriginal Communities: Concepts, pathways and measurement

May 19

Tiffany Lavis, Research Associate, Flinders Human Behaviour and Health Research Unit/School of Psychology, Flinders University

The effect of an inaccuracy in eyewitness reports on mock-juror judgments

 May 26Professor Mike Nicholls, School of Psychology, Flinders UniversitySpace, the parietal cortex and everything
 June 2No colloquium 
 

Convenor: Dr Julie Robinson (08) 8201 2395

 

Colloquium program semester 2, 2011

Date SpeakerTopic 

August 4

Dr Adam Gerace, Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Mental Health), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Flinders University

What we know (and what we think we know) about the psychological process of perspective talking

August 11

Dr Ruth Horry, Research Fellow, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Eyewitness identification: How do real witnesses do?And can we make them better?

August 18

Dr Nathan Weber, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Do witnesses know what they don't know? Free-report instructions in eyewitness identification tasks

August 25

No colloquium

 

September 1

Introducing three new PhD students:

Yong-Hwee Nah, Rosemary Lang and Nicole Reid, School of Psychology, Flinders University

 September 8

Joh Henley, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Mental health in newly arrived refugee children and adolescents

October 6

Introducing three new PhD students:

Sarah Timmins, Tomoko Nishizawa and Peta Skujins, School of Psychology, Flinders University

October 13

Celebrating the completion/near completion of two PhDs:

Anna Moffat and Alyssa Sawyer, School of Psychology, Flinders University

October 20

No colloquium

The development of infants with an increased risk of autism
October 27

Introducing three new PhD students:

Mydair Hunter, Carmen Yap and Samantha Boots, School of Psychology, Flinders University
November 3

Professor Matthew Hornsey, School of Psychology, University of Queensland

Why sorry isn't enough: Victim groups' mixed responses to intergroup apologies

Convenor: Dr Julie Robinson (08) 8201 2395