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Department of Psychology seminars and events

Department of Psychology seminars

We host the Psychology Departmental Seminar series, which features talks from distinguished national and international visitors, as well as members of the University. Most seminars are focused on original research conducted by the speaker, but we also have practitioners come and discuss topics relevant to mental health, clinical psychology, and other areas of applied psychology. If you are interested in giving a Departmental seminar, please contact Dr Narun Pat at narun.pat@otago.ac.nz.

The Departmental Seminar series is usually advertised on the Department of Psychology Facebook page. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Our seminars are typically held in-person, in William James Building Seminar Room 103, and most are not recorded or live-streamed.

Departmental seminars

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Upcoming seminars

Where the rubber hits the road: Reflections on being an expert witness in an environment court resource consent process

Thursday, 27 October 2022 - Via Zoom
TRN welcome you to their upcoming TRN seminar: Where the rubber hits the road: Reflections on being an expert witness in an environment court resource consent process. Presented by Associate Professor Caroline Shaw, University of Otago, Wellington

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Longitudinal analyses of children's active school travel from 6-8 years, and evaluation of a multicomponent active school travel intervention

Thursday, 15 September 2022 - Via Zoom
TRN welcome you to their upcoming TRN seminar: Longitudinal analyses of children's active school travel from 6-8 years, and evaluation of a multicomponent active school travel intervention Presented by Professor Melody Smith, University of Auckland

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Communication and behaviour in a rodent model of schizophrenia risk

Monday, 8 August 2022 - Goddard Laboratories, Department of Psychology, 95a Union Street East, Dunedin.
Department of Psychology seminar presented by Jack Scott, PhD candidate.