Psychology PhD Student Success at FST Conference

A number of Psychology PhD students were awarded prizes at the annual Faculty of Science and Technology Postgraduate Research Conference earlier this week.

Anna Bobak won first prize in the oral presentations by third years category, with a talk entitled Super-recognisers in action: evidence from face matching and face memory tasks, whilst 1st year students Holly Chinnery and Sarah Hodge won 1st and 2nd prizes respectively for their talks Exploring prosthetic eye procedures in children with retinoblastoma to achieve psychological and technological recommendations and Moral development and video game play. In addition Rhiannon Barrington was awarded the peer judged poster prize  for her poster entitled Eye movements and parafoveal processing in children with and without dyslexia. Andrew Moss also received a commendation for his poster Odorant verbalisability in uences strategy renement in olfactory working memory.

Congratulations to all!