School of Health and Life Sciences

Psychology Colloquium

Psychology Research Colloquium

Semester 1, 2019 
Tuesdays 3.30 – 4.30pm

Mt Helen: Lecture Theatre F301

Churchill: Lecture Theatre 2E201

Berwick: Meeting Room 901-245

You can attend either the live location event or watch from your campus in the appropriate room listed above.

DatePresenter Live presentation locationTitle
9 April

Dr Alfred Presbitero, Deakin University

BerwickCurrent research on Cultural Intelligence: what is it, how can it help, and can it be learned?
30 April

Dr Kim McFarlane, Federation University

Churchill Measuring Mental Time-Travel
7 May

Dr Emily Kothe, Deakin University

Berwick Fear and coping – a theory based approach to understanding people’s intention to protect themselves from health and environmental risks
14 May

Dr Rose Ferguson, Federation University

Churchill Demographic and ideological correlates of attitudes towards asylum seekers
21 May

Will Snodgrass, 2018 APS best thesis Federation University

Mt Helen

The Deception Detection Ability of Interviewers: Do Experience and Belief Impact Accuracy?

28 May

Dr Anna Klas, Deakin University

Berwick TBA
4 June

Dr Rob Teese, Federation University

Mt HelenThe importance of perceived benefits in emerging adult risk-taking

Do you work in an interesting or challenging situation, or are you an expert in your field?
We’re looking for guest speakers to participate in our weekly colloquium.
Please email g.power@federation.edu.au for further information.