Psychology Seminar Series
From Andrew Harris and Halley Pontes
Based in the School of Social Sciences, the Department of Psychology holds a regular weekly seminar series over the academic year, inviting excellent internal and external speakers to present their research findings.
- From: Wednesday 25 January 2017, 4 pm
- To: Wednesday 25 January 2017, 5 pm
- Location: 3001 (Lecture Theatre 1), Chaucer building, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT
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Based in the School of Social Sciences, the Department of Psychology holds a regular weekly seminar series over the academic year, inviting excellent internal and external speakers to present their research findings. This is an integral part of our research culture in the department, which stimulates psychological thinking and debate, and informs about current developments in the various subfields of Psychology.
This week's seminar will be presented by Andrew Harris and Halley Pontes from NTU.
Andrew will be presenting on 'Facilitating executive control during gambling: the relationship between speed of play, impulsive choice, and impulsive action.'
Halley will be presenting on 'An empirical analysis of the implications problematic internet use may have on Psychopathology: Some food for thought?'
This event is free to attend.
If you are an NTU student or staff member, you do not need to book your place prior to attending this event.
Should you be external to the University and wish to listen to one of our speakers, please inform the Research Seminar Coordinator Dr Andrew Dunn via email prior to the event you wish to attend.
Our City Campus is located in Nottingham's city centre. There are a number of public car parks within a short walk from the University – Trinity Square, Talbot Street and Victoria Centre. There is also limited metered on-street parking on Chaucer and Shakespeare Streets.
If arriving by tram, please use the Nottingham Trent University stop. The Chaucer building can be found a short distance away.