Over the summer, Bournemouth University’s Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) are delivering a free, half day workshop that aims to provide practitioners, care home employees and carers with knowledge and… »
Posts Tagged: “psychology”
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#TalkBU is a monthly lunchtime seminar on Talbot Campus, open to all students and staff at Bournemouth University and free to attend. Come along to learn, discuss and engage in a… »
Dr David Orr, University of Sussex and Dr Yugin Teo, Bournemouth University will be presenting selected examples of engagement with dementia within cinema and crime fiction, asking how these narratives… »
Dr Samuel Nyman, Psychology Department and Ageing and Dementia Research Centre, is currently an National Institute for Health Research Career Development Fellow. He was recently invited to present at the… »
Dr. Cyril Pernet from the University of Edinburgh will be delivering a workshop on the 27th of May. His workshop will mainly cover two topics: Misconceptions in the use of the… »
In this week’s “Photo of the Week” we are exploring the research of Dr Julie Kirkby which is looking at how eye movements relate to reading and writing ability in… »
Our two day ‘Science Stands’ were a huge success which gave BU’s students the opportunity to engage in research with hands on activities and information on the different types of… »
Psychology doctoral student, Andy Moss, has had the opportunity to spend a week at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), with Dr John Marsh. Andy has been investigating the role… »
Dr Samuel Nyman, member of BUDI and Senior Lecturer Psychology Department, SciTech reports on his North Sea European dementia group meeting held in France. I recently had the pleasure of attending the… »
Members of staff from the Department of Psychology are going to be delivering a range of interesting and topical sessions at the Festival of Learning. On the Talbot Campus Dr Sarah… »
LifeGuide is free, open-source software that enables researchers with little or no programming experience to flexibly develop and modify simple online behaviour change interventions. In collaboration with the University of Southampton,… »
Roundtable discussion in the House of Commons to seek support to establish an All Parliamentary Group on Prosopagnosia.
Emma Mosley: Transforming stress in athletes: Exploring the psycho-physiological constructs of a positive approach to stress in high performing athletes
Researcher: Emma Mosley My name is Emma Mosley and I am a recent graduate from Bournemouth University. I received a First Class Hons degree in Sport Psychology and Coaching Sciences… »
Ivana Rihova: Consumers as producers: The dimensions of consumer-to-consumer co-creation in the event experience
Researcher: Ivana Rihova Ivana began her tourism studies in her native Czech Republic, completing a degree in Travel and Tourism Management in 2007. After spending her summers working abroad, twice… »
BU’s Dr Julie Kirkby is researching eye-movements during reading, to better understand childhood dyslexia. Dyslexia is a common developmental disorder, affecting the reading ability of 100 children in 1000, but… »
Research has been applied by health professionals working with older people to raise awareness of the importance of regularly strength and balance training to prevent falls.
Researcher: Rhiannon Barrington Despite normal intelligence and educational opportunities, some children show a persistent difficulty in learning to read; these children are often diagnosed with developmental dyslexia. Here at Bournemouth… »
Top-down models for pitch perception
Gail Ollis: A psychological framework for facilitating ‘peer friendly’ behaviour in computer programmers
Researcher: Gail Ollis First supervisor: Dr Jacqui Taylor Gail has over twenty years’ experience as a professional software developer. Her research project addresses an issue stemming from this career. Individual programmers… »