June 25-27, Denver Colorado. The submission deadline is February 6, 2023 The next SPSSI conference (2023): "Transforming Our World: Using Research and Action to Address (In)Visible Wounds" is coming up in June, 25-27, in Denver, Colorado. The call for conference submission is now open with the deadline of February 6, 2023. Visit SPSSI website for… Continue reading SPSSI (2023) Conference is Coming up!
Photo credit - Shutterstock This time last year the OPRC spoke to Dr Catriona Havard (now Professor Havard) about her fascinating research in facial identification under the FCRG (Forensic Cognition Research Group) strand of the Open Psychology Research Centre, and we revisit that conversation from Jan 2022. To read more about Professor Havard and her research, see the… Continue reading This time last year…facial recognition
Definition of the Day You may have missed this Blog back in the Summer, so here it is again, one of our very popular posts! OU Psychology & Counselling have launched the 'Definition of the Day' tweets. Inspired by Susie Dent’s 'Word of the Day' Tweets, our very own Dr Camilla Elphick developed this idea… Continue reading Students! Psychology terms explained! Revisiting our very popular series…
Copyright The Open University The Psychology & Counselling School's very own Dr Karen Hagen is chairing the organising committee and presenting at the upcoming one-day antibullying conference in Northern Ireland on 16 November 2022 in the Whitla Hall, Queens University, Belfast. The title is :- Reach out to stop bullying one day conference: What can… Continue reading Northern Ireland Antibullying Conference OU-NIBPS – 16 Nov 2022
Photo credit: Pixabay In May 2022 there was a call for submissions from the Children’s Commissioner for evidence to contribute to their Family Review The OPRC put forward three submissions from the Children Caring on the Move project (Professor Sarah Crafter), the Child Language Brokers and Spaces of Belonging project (also Professor Crafter) and the… Continue reading OPRC contributes to Children’s Commissioner’s Family Review