General Research Seminars

The Department of Psychology hosts a research seminar series in which we invite academics from other institutions to visit us and share their research. These seminars typically run on lunchtimes on the first Wednesday of the month and are open to all.

If you’re a student, member of staff or even a visitor to Edge Hill, you are very welcome to attend. All we ask is that you confirm your attendance to any given seminar with our Admin Team at prior to the event.

2018-2019 Seminars

7th November 2018 (1:00-2:00pm) Dr Themis Karaminis

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Edge Hill University

The effects of background noise on native and non-native spoken-word recognition: A computational modelling approach

Room: B002

5th December 2018 (1:00-2:00pm) Dr Fotis Liarokapis

Associate Professor and Director of The Human Computer Interaction Laboratory, Brno, Czech Republic


Room: B002

6th February 2019 (1:00-2:00pm) Dr George Houghton

Reader in Psychology, Bangor University

The what and where of reading and spelling. What is the mental representation of orthographic structure

Room: LP 2.49 (Law and Psychology Building)

6th March 2019 (1:00-2:00pm) Dr James Jackson

Associate Principal Lecturer in Psychology, Leeds Trinity University

The Cortisol Awakening Response – a candidate objective biomarker of tinnitus distress

Room: LP 2.49 (Law and Psychology Building)

3rd April 2019 (12:00-1:00pm) Dr Daria J. Kuss

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Nottingham Trent University

Internet and Gaming Addiction

Room: LP 2.49 (Law and Psychology Building)

1st May 2019 (2:00-3:00pm) Dr Pooja Saini

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University

The feasibility of a community outpatient psychotherapy engagement service for self harm

Room: LP 2.49 (Law and Psychology Building)