Programme is subject to change
The Affective, Behavioural and Cognitive (ABC) Neuroscience theme in the School of Psychology is hosting a summer school on “New Advances in Online Research Methods”. The summer school will run on the 17th and 18th of August and will be used as a platform to launch the new ABC Neuroscience theme.
Attendance to the ABC Neuroscience Summer School is free of charge.
The ABC Neuroscience Summer School will consist of workshops and seminar-style sessions on different types of methods we can utilise for researching online, and also, provide an opportunity for researchers to display their work with a virtual poster session.
Registration for the ABC Neuroscience Summer School is now closed.
The ABC Neuroscience Summer School will be an opportunity for researchers to present their work with online methods of research in the area of Affective, Behavioural and Cognitive Neuropsychology. The call is for researchers to provide posters of their work that might be complete, in progress or a protocol of future work. The only requirements are that the work is broadly in the area of Affective, Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience (including Cognitive Psychology) and utilises online methods of research.
Abstract submission for the poster presentation is now closed.
Any questions or queries related to submitting abstracts please direct to email@example.com
|Authors||Title (click on the title for poster)|
|Maryanne Brassil, Saoirse Comerford, Jade Duffy, Sarah Maher, and Associate Professor Ciara Greene|
|Caroline Dawson, Dr Ciara Green and Dr Gillian Murphy|
|Collette Duncan MSc and Dr Victoria Simms|
|SB Galvin and R Murphy|
|Akansha Mahesh Naraindas and Dr Sarah Maeve Cooney|
|Keith O'Donnell, Dr Patricia Gough and Prof. Sean Commins|
|Diana R Pereira, Eunice R Silva, Carina Carvalho-Maia, Sara Monteiro-Reis, Carmen Jerónimo and Rui Henrique|
|Flaviano da Silva Santos, Dr Katalin Bálint, Dr Tom Burke and Dr Brendan Rooney||Online validation of a measure of social cognition through the manipulation of close-up shots in film|
|Tom Chan and Dr Sarah Cooney||Multisensory integration in hand laterality judgments|
|Rachel Clutterbuck||Development and Validation of the Four-Item Mentalising Index|
|Katie Ryan, Associate Professor Ciara Green and Dr Gillian Murphy||Assessing How Phenomenology Predicts the Debriefing Process in False Memory Formation|
|Pheobe Sun and Andrew Hines||Procedure for measuring listening effort and perceived speech quality through attention-related task performance in an online dual-task experiment|