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The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin - Issue 5 Spring 2020

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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.

Contents

Editorial
Andrew Dunn

Chair's Column
Duncan Guest

The BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Committee

Cognitive Psychology Section & Developmental Psychology Section Joint Conference 2019

Articles from the Keynotes

  • How high quality language environments create high quality learning environments
    Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
  • Autism and sex differences
    Simon Baron-Cohen
  • The importance of awareness of our human limits: A view from cognitive psychology and beyond
    Nelson Cowan

Prize winners

  • Cognitive Psychology Section Award Winner
    Deborah Talmi
  • Undergraduate Project Award - Retrieval practice and its contribution to meaningful learning
    Elizabeth A. Humm & Josie Briscoe
  • Cognitive strategies while prospective remembering in mid-late adolescence
    Vanessa Bennett, Lisa Hinkley, Wakefield Morys-Carter & Morag MacLean
  • Motor and inhibition skills in children with and without developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD)
    Teresa Joyce, Serena Vanzan, Nichola Stuart, & Anna L. Barnett

Research reviews and opinion pieces

 

On classifying neurodevelopmental disorders
Julia Carroll

Paying attention to what is important in working memory
Richard J. Allen

Psychopathy: Differences in cognitive, social, interpersonal and morality aspects
Ayca Kurtulus & Berivan Ece

Developing voice perception: An overview of current research and models in affect and identity recognition in children and adults
adults Gaby Mahrholz, Phil McAleer & Mandy Norrbo

Using cognitive psychology to develop better weight loss support
Maria Palapanou, Louise Crichton, Jon May & Jackie Andrade

Advocating for the credibility revolution
Richard Ramsey

Conference reviews

 

Review of the BPS COGDEV Conference, 4-6 September 2019
Samuel Bond

BPS Cognitive and Developmental Psychology Sections Joint Conference 2019: A review
David Spalding

CogDev Conference 2019 Review
Emma Foster

 

Introducing a North West Visual Cognition Group
Catherine Thompson, Damien Litchfield, Jeanie Judge, Dan Clark, Nick Donnelly & Simon Liversedge

Conference report: Cognitive and motor processes in spatial attention (11-12 July 2019)
Daniel T. Smith

 

Report on the European Conference on Eye Movements 2019
Daniel T. Smith

Book and film reviews

Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research (3rd Edition; International Student Edition) by John W. Creswell & Vicki L. Plano Clark
Gwennan Hâf Barton

 

 

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