Past events

02
Sep
2020

Cecil Gibb Research Seminar Series: Making Shiny Research »

12pm 2 September 2020

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could design research in a way that shifts participants from being passive ‘respondents’ to being interested and engaged ‘participants’?

26
Aug
2020

Cecil Gibb Research Seminar Series: Fresh Faces and Ideas in Social Psychology »

12pm 26 August 2020

A panel of emerging leaders in psychology present research on pressing social issues.

21
Aug
2020

Conversations Across the Creek: Microbes and Masses »

1pm 21 August 2020

Conversations Across the Creek is an initiative of the Humanities Research Centre and the Research School of Chemistry.

12
Aug
2020

Cecil Gibb Research Seminar Series: Why faking it isn’t making it in facial expression research »

12pm 12 August 2020

Despite the longstanding and widespread interest in how people perceive others’ emotions from facial expressions, much of the empirical data comes from a small number of artificially posed stimuli (e.g., the Ekman faces), validated only by high levels of agreement about what emotion they are showing...

05
Aug
2020

Judy Slee Student Seminar Series: Does motivational intensity exist independent from valence and arousal? »

12pm 5 August 2020

This study aimed to validate motivational intensity as an emotional construct, in particular to determine if it should be considered independent from existing constructs valence and arousal for understanding emotion.

29
Jul
2020

Cecil Gibbs Research Seminar Semester 2: Impact and innovation working with social identity »

12pm 29 July 2020

It is 50 years after the publication Tajfel’s “Experiments in intergroup discrimination” in Scientific American. This series of studies underpins the social identity approach which incorporates social identity theory and self-categorization theory.

21
May
2020

Socioemotional tools for maintaining mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic »

8pm 21 May 2020

The Research School of Psychology at the Australian National University, along with the Black Dog Institute, are proud to offer a free webinar on ‘Socioemotional tools for maintaining mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic’.

11
Mar
2020

What we are working on—Cognitive Psychology at the RSP »

12pm 11 March 2020

Cognitive Psychology at the Research School of Psychology

04
Mar
2020

Ms Nicola Palfrey: Development of a Community Trauma Toolkit: Research? Workforce Development? Public health messaging? »

12pm 4 March 2020

Development of a Community Trauma Toolkit: Research? Workforce Development? Public health messaging?

26
Feb
2020

Professor Iain Walker: A social-ecological approach to understanding opinions, behaviour, and behaviour-change: Notes from a flaneur. »

12pm 26 February 2020

A social-ecological approach to understanding opinions, behaviour, and behaviour-change: Notes from a flaneur.

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