Located in the School of Psychology and Counselling within The Open University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), the Open Psychology Research Centre is inviting you to its launch event. The launch event will be online and will span from June 28th to July 6th. You are welcome to attend the whole event or to choose the parts that particularly interest you. More information on the speakers and panels, as well as pre-launch activities involving prominent psychologists will be available on the new centre website soon.
Register here NOTE: Once registered, you will receive the access links to the sessions nearer to the event.
Programme NOTE: The full schedule of all talks and more can be found in the event.
Peter Hegarty: Re-imaging group differences in scientific psychology
Paul Stenner: The experience of time in pandemics and beyond: Views from an Open Psychology
Stephanie Taylor: A positive legacy? Creative subjectivities in the wake of the pandemic
John Dixon: Captive geographies: Places, identities and the ‘time-geography’ of sectarian segregation in Belfast
Sarah Crafter: Contestation and the borderlands between migration, childhood and care: An exploration of child language brokers and lone child migrants
Darren Langdridge: Stories of sexual citizenship: conviction and critique
Graham Pike: Harmful evidence and evidencing harm in the criminal justice system
Professor Ann Phoenix (University College, London),
Professor Helen Spandler (University of Central Lancashire) and
Professor Laurence Alison (University of Liverpool).
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