Doctoral Researchers in the School of Psychology will be displaying posters of their research today (Wednesday 5th October) from 09:30 to 13:00 in the Foyer of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. If you’re on campus, pop in and have a look at the diversity of doctoral research in psychology at Sussex.
Download the full Abstract booklet [PDF] for full information.
POSTER SESSION I: 9.30am-10.45am
- Manipulating expectations about the calorie content of a breakfast influences acquired liking
N.J. Gould, E.H. Zandstra, and M.R. Yeomans
- Maximising the expected satiety of a drink: Texture and flavour increase expectations.
Keri McCrickerd, Martin Yeomans and Lucy Chambers
- Motor-, temporal- and reflection- impulsivity: which relies more on executive functions?
Amy Caswell, Michael Morgan and Theodora Duka
- Familiarity can aid prospective memory performance in older adults – but at what cost?
Rachel Entwistle and Jenny Rusted
- Dementia: Prediction, Prevention, Prorogation
Jeremy Young, Nicolas Farina and Jenny Rusted
- One lump or two? How ageing affects error-monitoring in a tea-making task
Sara Balouch and Jenny Rusted
- Liking conditioned stimuli is not sufficient to elicit general Pavlovian to instrumental transfer.
You don’t have to do it just because you like it.
Stephen Jeffs and Dora Duka.
- The role of maltreatment and key parenting dimensions in children’s behavioural reputation and psychosocial adjustment
Nikki Luke and Robin Banerjee
- The differential effects of negative mood, intolerance of uncertainty, and problem-solving confidence on systematic information processing and worry.
Suzanne R Dash & Graham CL Davey
- The effectiveness of Computerised CBT for Common Mental Health Problems and the factors influencing program engagement: A systematic review and Meta – analysis.
Rebecca Grist and Kate Cavanagh
- The impact of the therapeutic relationship and self-stigma on social and recovery outcomes for people who experience psychosis
Clio Berry and Kathryn Greenwood
- Same old story – contextual cueing facilitates word learning in shared storybook reading.
Sophie E. Williams, Jessica S. Horst, Jane Oakhill
POSTER SESSION II: 11.15am-12.30pm
- Effects of public and private acculturation on well-being among Muslim minority members
Linda K. Tip and Rupert Brown
- Reducing mild desires for alcohol using a script-driven imagery protocol
Katie Atwell, Dora Duka and Charles Abraham
- Different groups, different motives: Motivations behind identifying with different groups
Matt Easterbrook and Rupert Brown
- ‘I just wasn’t bothered’: Understanding the path to disaffection in school-excluded pupils.
Fidelma Hanrahan, Robin Banerjee and Rupert Brown
- Exercise and Body Image: Is it what you do or why you do it?
Megan Hurst and Helga Dittmar
- The moderating impact of self-esteem on self-affirmation effects
Camilla During and Donna Jessop
- Communicating with the public during incidents involving mass casualty decontamination: highlighting the gaps in preparedness and response
Holly Carter and John Drury
- Household food waste: A qualitative analysis of motives for and barriers to change.
Ella Graham-Rowe, Donna Jessop and Paul Sparks
- Overcoming gender stereotypes in cognitive representations using performance feedback.
Eimear Finnegan, Jane Oakhil and Alan Garnham
- Is conscious awareness required for synaesthesia?
Hazel Anderson, Jamie Ward and Zoltan Dienes.
- Gambling reveals the speed of the unconscious
Andy Mealor and Zoltan Dienes
- Face Identity After-Effects with Composite Faces
Sarah Laurence and Graham Hole
- Autistic Children’s Other-awareness: Evidence from a collaborative interactive tabletop computer task.
Samantha Holt and Nicola Yuill