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‘Trinity Psychology 50 Master Classes’ – Public Lecture Series, School of Psychology, TCD

 

 

The School of Psychology, TCD is running a public lecture series entitled ‘Trinity Psychology 50 Master Classes’ as part of a number of events to mark 50 Years of Psychology at TCD.  These lectures will be given by researchers who are leading psychological researchers in the field.  Admission is free. Registration is required for some of the lectures as indicated below.   Please consult this website regularly for updates and further information.

Lecture Title & Speaker Venue Date & Time

Professor Leslie S. Greenberg  Professor Emeritus in Clinical Psychology,York University, Toronto, Canada. 
‘Transforming Emotions in Psychotherapy’. In association with the Division of Counselling Psychology of the Psychological Society of Ireland & The Irish Association for the Person-Centred Approach

The Innovation Academy, Foster Place, College Green   

21st February 2012, 6pm-7pm

Professor Sheila Greene  Fellow Emeritus, TCD  

’Developmental Psychology: Enduring issues, problematic responses’

The Innovation Academy, Foster Place, College Green   28th March 2012, 4pm – 5pm followed by a reception   

Professor Richard Carson, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience of Ageing, (Neurobehavioural Enhancement), TCD.

Inaugural Lecture.Bringing the Damaged Brain Back Into Action: Preconceptions and Possibilities

Lecture Theatre L.B.11, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN),  Lloyd Building, Trinity College

4th April 2012, 6.15pm – 7.15pm followed by a reception. (Places available for members of the public are limited and registration for attendance at this lecture is necessary.  Please contact the School of Psychology to book your place at this lecture (tel: (01) 896 1886 or email: rweldon@tcd.ie or carpentj@tcd.ie.  Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis).

Professor Stuart Carr, Massey University, New Zealand   

In association with the Science Gallery as part of the ‘Happy?’ Lab-in-the Gallery event 2012.  For further information and to register to attend this lecture, please see: www.sciencegallery.com/events/2012/05/happy-help-prof-stuart-carr

PACCAR Theatre, Science Gallery, Pearse Street, Trinity College  2nd May 2012, 6-7pm 

Professor Adrian Furnham, University College London ‘Happiness and Emotional Intelligence’

In association with the Science Gallery as part of the ‘Happy?’ Lab-in-the Gallery event 2012.  For further information and to register to attend this lecture, please see:

www.sciencegallery.com/events/2012/05/adrian-furnham-happiness-and-emotional-intelligence
PACCAR Theatre, Science Gallery, Pearse Street, Trinity College 16th May 2012, 6-7pm

Professor Aidan Moran, Professor of Cognitive Psychology, UCD     

‘Imagination in Action: Mental Practice and Skilled Performance in Sport and Surgery’

In association with the Psychological Society of Ireland &
The Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society. This event has been organised to coincide with the arrival of the Olympic Flame in Dublin for the first time in history. To book a place at this free event, please click on the following link before Monday 4th June 2012: http://tiny.cc/olympicflame

J.M. Synge Lecture Theatre, 2039, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin

6th June 2012, 2-3pm

Dr. Chris Moulin Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Neuropsychology, Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds

Advances in Cognitive Neuropsychology: the Strange Case of Deja Vu’

Lecture Theatre LB11, TCIN, Lloyd Building, Trinity College Dublin.

20th June 2012, 4-5pm

Professor David Lewkowicz, Department of Psychology & Center for Complex Systems & Brain Science, Florida Atlantic University, USA

How everyday experience contributes to the development of fundamental perceptual and cognitive skills in infancy
In association with the TCD Neuroscience Society


LB11, TCIN, Lloyd Building, Trinity College Dublin Monday, 25th June, 2012, 11am
The School of Psychology, the Children’s Research Centre, and the Structured PhD in Child & Youth Research present a workshop with Professor Jennifer Greene  on "Values in Evaluation: Perspectives from Qualitative and Democratic Evaluation Traditions”. The Children’s Research Centre, Trinity College, Dublin Friday October 12th 2012, 10.30am to 1.00pm

Professor Paul Kennedy, Director (Academic & Research), Institute of Clinical Psychology Training, University of Oxford

‘Beyond Adversity;
the Psychological Management of Spinal Cord Injuries

The Innovation Academy, Foster Place, College Green

5th December 2012, 4-5pm

 

The School of Psychology gratefully acknowledges support from the College Visiting Professorships and Fellowships Benefaction Fund for a number of these lectures.