Mind in Society Launch Event 28/11/2013

Thursday 28 November 2013

The Octagon

9.30 - 10.15 Nick Chater (Warwick): Virtual Agreement: a framework for human interaction and communication
10.15-10.30 Questions
10.30-10.50 Pat Healey (QMUL, Cognitive Science): Commentary on Chater
10.50-11.00 Questions/Responses

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-12.00 Janelle Jones (QMUL, Psychology): Can social groups promote resilient responses?
12.00-12.30 Ania Korszun (QMUL, Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute): Stress and Illness

12.30-13.30 Lunch (in Octagon)

13.30-14.15 Tecumseh Fitch (Vienna): Language Evolution: The Comparative Approach
14.15-14.30 Questions
14.30-14.50 Hagit Borer (QMUL, Linguistics): Commentary on Fitch
14.50-15.00 Questions Responses

Senior Common Room

15.00-17.00 Posters with coffee and cake

  • Rose Thompson and Siette Joyce (Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry)
    Volunteering in Mental Health Care for People with Psychosis: VOLUME
  • Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga and Linnaea Stockall (Linguistics)
    Do (all) tigers have stripes? Experimental evidence on generic bare plurals and universals
  • Chrisantha Fernando, Alex Churchill, Mai Nguyen and Martha Lewis (EECS) Darwinian Neurodynamics for Predictive Brains
  • Howard Williams (EECS)
  • Emmylou Rahtz, Farah Shiraz and Ania Korszun (Centre for Psychiatry) Psychological wellbeing and treatment needs in cancer and trauma patients
  • Unit for Social & Community Psychiatry
    Social interactions of people with severe mental illness
    Patient-clinician communication in mental health care
  • Agnieszka Knaś (Linguistics)
    Embedded multimodality
  • Katerina Kosta, Yading Song, György Fazekas, Mark Sandler (EECS)
    A study of cultural depence of perceived mood in Greek music
  • Yading Song (EECS)
    Do online social tags predict perceived or induced emotional responses to music?
  • Paula Roberta Gabbai Armelin (Linguistics)
    On the limits between gender and theme vowel in Brazilian Portuguese Nominals
  • Sam Duffy & Patrick Healey (EECS)
    An analysis of student-tutor interactions in music lessons
  • Maeve McMahon, Jessica A. Grahn, Catherine Loveday (Psychology)
    The effect of language and musical training on rhythm perception