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The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin - Issue 6 Spring 2021

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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:

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  • 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 K. Dunn

Chair's Column
Duncan Guest

The BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Committee

Annual Cognitive Paper Prize Winner

Précis of Cooper, Byde, de Cecilio, Fulks and Morais (2018): ‘Set-Shifting and Place-Keeping as Separable Control Processes’
Rick Cooper

Conference Poster Prize Winner

In-group bias reduces the propensity of typical adults to take an autistic perspective
Clodagh Towns & Antonia Hamilton 

Research Review, Reports and Opinion pieces

Why Covid-19 might be making us lose our sense of time…
Ruth Ogden

The arousing and attentional effects of facial expressions on time perception: A systematic review
Filip M. Nuyens, Daria J. Kuss, Mark D. Griffiths & Olatz Lopez-Fernandez

Towards understanding the impacts of anxiety on attention and visual working memory
David M. Spalding & Louise A. Brown Nicholls

Innovating eyewitness identification procedures: Bridging the gap between the basic and applied literatures
Madeleine P. Ingham, Melissa F. Colloff, Harriet M.J. Smith & Heather D. Flowe

BPS Cognitive Postgraduate Rapid Project Grant Reports

Cognitive predictors of individual differences in children’s language acquisition
Ashley Blake & Ewa Dabrowska

Using the BPS Rapid Project Grant to pilot a study online
Samuel Bond

Effects of position and axis range on perceptions of risk in data visualisations
Duncan Bradley

Traumatic brain injury in the criminal justice system: Legal decision making in the magistrates’ court
Eleanor Bryant

Individual differences in face and voice recognition
Ryan Jenkins, Josh P. Davis, Claire Monks & Stella Tsermentseli

Evaluating neuropsychological assessment of mild traumatic brain injury – during a pandemic! 
Michelle Newman

Postgraduate research during the Covid-19 pandemic: The impact of the Postgraduate Rapid Project Grant
Christopher Robus

Individual differences in the use of motion during face recognition
Laura Sexton, Natalie Butcher & Jonathon Reay

Cross-cultural facial emotion recognition – are our perceptions of emotions shifting with current events?
Anastasia Vikhanova

Book Reviews

Effective Scientific Communication by Cristina Hanganu-Bresch & Kelleen Flaherty
Reviewed by Craig Harper

The Oxford Hanbook of 4E Cognition edited by Albert Newen, Leon de Bruin & Shaun Gallagher
Reviewed by Nicholas J. Shipp

 

 

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