Past events

10
Aug
2022

Cecil Gibb Seminar: An Integrated Self-Categorization model of Autism »

12pm 10 August 2022

A seminar on an Integrated Self-Categorization model of Autism.

01
Aug
2022

PsycX: Psychology's role in contemporary challenges! »

6pm 1 August 2022

Psychology's role in contemporary challenges!

27
Jul
2022

Attentional Control: The Secret to a Long and Happy Life?  »

12pm 27 July 2022

In this seminar, A/Prof Stehpanie Goodhew will discuss the ongoing debate about whether attentional control is unitary or multifactorial.

13
Jul
2022

The fiction of memory and implications for voters and research participants »

12pm 13 July 2022

In this presentation, Prof Loftus reviews findings and presents emerging research on how push polls—leading questions about political candidates, can alter memory in the minds of voters.

20
Jun
2022

Eye of the Storm panel discussion »

6pm 20 June 2022

Be part of a discussion on the origins of ANU and its unique place in the Australian education landscape.

25
May
2022

Conducting reciprocal, respectful and responsible research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people »

12pm 25 May 2022

Reconciliation Week Research Seminar in Psychology, with Dr. Michelle Kennedy.

11
May
2022

Concept Creep: The Psychology of Harm Inflation »

12pm 11 May 2022

The Psychology of Harm Inflation

27
Apr
2022

Cecil Gibbs Seminar Series: Schools as a Group System »

12pm 27 April 2022

Seminar on Investigating the social psychological determinants of educational outcomes.

20
Apr
2022

Cecil Gibbs Seminar Series: Staying Sane in Insane Places »

12pm 20 April 2022

Mental Illness and distress in remote and offshore immagration detention

30
Mar
2022

Cecil Gibbs Seminar Series: Why Women don’t Lean in - Understanding how context constrains women's career choices »

12pm 30 March 2022

A seminar on Professor Michelle Ryan's ongoing programme of research that demonstrates that women’s choices are shaped and constrained by the gendered nature of organisational and social contexts and how women see themselves within these contexts.

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