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Toward a theoretical model of behavioural synchrony

Dr Kimberly Quinn | 25 April 2014

"behavioural synchrony" occurs when two or more people move together in time and space. The importance of behavioural synchrony lies in its ability to support the formation and maintenance of social bonds: being "in synch" with others boosts interper ...

Support for carers of people with early onset dementia

Professor Heather Gage | 31 March 2014

Research to assess policies and strategies for dementia in the young (rhapsody) aims primarily to analyse the health and social care systems and infrastructures available to the severely burdened yet underserved group of people with young onset demen ...

Exploring the characteristics of imitation in parkinson's disease

Dr Ellen Poliakoff | Experimental psychology | 31 March 2014

Parkinson’s disease is a common neurological disorder, which has a profound effect on movement. People find it hard to initiate movements and often make smaller movements, such as taking shorter steps. Currently, cues are used to improve people ...

Making working memory work for educational psychologists

Dr Debbora Hall | Cognition | 31 March 2014

The aim of this grant is to provide educational psychologists with resources that allow them to fully appreciate the most recent developments in research on working memory and learning, and to provide dynamic assessment activities for use within thei ...

Applying relationships science to contemporary interventions

Dr Abigail Millings | 24 February 2014

The applying relationships science to contemporary interventions seminar series is a 3-year programme of nine mini-conferences designed to facilitate dialogue around relationships science between key stakeholders in contemporary interventions. Events ...

London experimental workshop

Professor Pablo Branas-Garza | 10 February 2014

The london experimental workshop (lew) proposes to start an inter-university seminar series in the london area between middlesex, queen mary and royal holloway universities. The workshop will work as a discussion platform in the area of experimental ...

Exploring the effects of learning and motivation on visual cognition

Professor Jane Raymond | Cognitive Psychology | 01 February 2014

This project will investigate how the motivational context in which visual stimuli are presented influences visual cognition. Motivational contexts are established through learning processes that allow associations between motivationally salient (rew ...

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