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The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin - Issue 1 Spring 2016

The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin - Issue 1 Spring 2016

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Quick Overview

This publication from the BPS Cognitive Psychology Section is for psychologists working in the fields of industry, the health service, government departments, and colleges and universities. Their interests cover most aspects of cognitive psychology and related areas. The aim of The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin is to keep members informed about:



  • Section and other relevant Society activities;

  • innovative practice changes in statutory provision and legislation;

  • latest research; and

  • training courses, events and conferences


It also provides a means for psychologists, trainees and assistants to make contact with colleagues working with similar issues or projects.

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Contents

Editorial
Duncan Guest

Chair's Column
Sue Sherman

Introducing the BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Committee

The 32nd BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference

Keynote addresses

  • Spatial demonstratives and perceptual space: Describing and remembering object locations
    Professor Kenny Coventry
  • Perceptual expertise in the real world and the laboratory
    Professor James Tanaka
  • Healthcare translational cognitive science and the effects of deployment trauma: Some observations
    Professor William Milberg

Poster Winners

  • The influence of angularity, symmetry and the number of elements on shape-valence and shape-taste matches
    Alejandro Salgado et al.
  • Orienting towards face-like stimuli in early childhood
    Punit Shah et al.
Undergraduate Essay Prize Winner
Jennifer Murphy

Conference Review

  • Face Processing: Past, Present and Future
    Hannah M. Tummon, Allan McNeill & Robert A. Johnston
  • Conference Reviews from Postgraduate Bursary Winners
    Philip I.N. Ulrich, Jenny Parfitt-Bowman & Gabriella J. Mutale
Bayesian data analysis: Advantages and opportunities
Mark Andrews

Conference Reviews from Postgraduate Bursary Winners
Philip I.N. Ulrich, Jenny Parfitt-Bowman & Gabriella J. Mutale

The Cognitive Psychology Section sponsored ESCOP 2015 symposium: 'Unconscious Influences on Goal-Directed Cognition'
George Georgiou & Linden Ball

Call for Contributions

The Cognitive Psychology Section Online
Natalie Butcher & Michael Pilling

Postgraduate Column
Harriet M.J. Smith

The Cognitive Psychology Section at the BPS Annual Conference 2016
Andrew Dunn

 

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