Speaker Series

Each year the Department has a series of lectures delivered by external researchers and speakers.  Staff, students and the public are all welcome to attend the lectures.

Upcoming speakers:

  • Professor Constantine Sedikides, University of Southampton, The Self and Well-Being
  • Dr Clare Wilson, Research Director, University of Portsmouth. The Self-Management of Mental Health
  • Professor James W. Pennebaker, Regents Professor of Psychology, University of Texas, Positive Psychology, Language Use and Well-Being

Recent distinguished speakers who have visited the Department include:

  • Professor Aldert Vrij, University of Portsmouth, Cognitive lie detection: A theoretical and empirical overview
  • Dr Susan J. Rickard Liow, National University of Singapore, Variations in Bilingual Children’s Spelling Development: Models and Applications
  • Professor David Wilson, Birmingham City University, A structural model for understanding the behaviour of serial killers
  • Professor Mark Cropley, University of Surrey, RECOVERY AFTER WORK: THE IMPORTANCE OF PSYCHOLOGICALLY UNWINDING POST WORK ON HEALTH AND WELLBEING
  • Professor Patrick Sturgis, Director of ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, University of Southampton, What makes trusters trust?
  • Dr Richard de Visser, Reader, University of Sussex, Encouraging adherence to alcohol intake guidelines through use of unit-marked glasses: An intervention study among adults
  • Dr Katherine Bradbury, Research Fellow, University of Southampton, The person-based approach to developing health-related behaviour change interventions
  • Dr Rebecca Graber, Research Fellow, at the University of Sussex, Title: What about your friends? A peer-based approach to psychological resilience and health
  • Dr Lorenzo Stafford, Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, Last Orders At The Bar? Using Health And Psychobiological Approaches To Understanding Alcohol