Past events

15
Oct
2019

When 'Tis Folly to Be Wise: The Psychosocial Functions of "Positive Unknowns" »

4pm 15 October 2019

When 'Tis Folly to Be Wise: The Psychosocial Functions of "Positive Unknowns" by Professor Michael Smithson Cecil Gibb Seminar Series Research School of Psychology, Australian National University

27
Sep
2019

Understanding the neural processes involved in integrated perceptual decisions »

11am 27 September 2019

Understanding the neural processes involved in integrated perceptual decisions Professor Jason Mattingley Queensland Brain Institute & School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Australia

17
Sep
2019

“Is Populism “A thing” in the US?” by Professor Christopher Parker »

4pm 17 September 2019

Cecil Gibb Seminar Series 2019 “Is Populism “A thing” in the US?” by Professor Christopher Parker Department of Political Science, University of Washington Seminar co-sponsored by the Research School of Psychology Cecil Gibb Seminar Series and Coral Bell School Horizons Seminar Series

09
Sep
2019

Mind the gap - working as a consultant and academic in an Australian context. »

11am 9 September 2019

Mind the gap. Working as a consultant and academic in an Australian context.

26
Aug
2019

RSP Annual Lecture - The Fiction of Memory with Professor Elizabeth Loftus »

6pm 26 August 2019

Join Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Loftus to hear her speak about 'The Fiction of Memory' in this one-night only event at Llewellyn Hall. Professor Loftus is a renowned scientist who has had a transformative impact on the science of human memory, criminal justice and the pursuit of scientific freedom.

20
Aug
2019

Investigating the Nature of Ethnocentric Attitudes in Western Countries »

4pm 20 August 2019

The next Cecil Gibb Seminar features Dr Boris Bizumic speaking about ethnocentrism.

21
May
2019

Turning the Tide of Disease, Disasters and Climate Change Challenges: Utilising Transformative Practices to (Re)establish Harmonious Relationships...

4pm 21 May 2019

Around the work, human suffering is growing and human survival is increasingly threatened.

16
May
2019

Applying the social identity approach in two worlds: health behaviour and education »

12pm 16 May 2019

In the first part of this seminar, I will talk about my research on the relationship between masculinity and health-related behaviour.

16
May
2019

Seminar: Applying the social identity approach in two worlds: health behaviour and education »

12pm 16 May 2019

Dr Bana explores the relationship between masculinity & health-related behaviour.

26
Mar
2019

A New Approach to Psychosis - Part I »

4pm 26 March 2019

Have we all been delusional at some point? Can delusions and hallucinations be 'true'?

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