Although Geneva does not have a lovely beach like last year's SoA venue in Venice, our lab enjoyed the gorgeous views during the conference boat trip on lake Geneva.Read More
In case you are at the British Psychological Society conference in Newcastle, you may be interested in our symposium on Psychosis and Language on Friday, starting 9.30am. Each talk will present some of the results from our AHRC project on language in schizophrenia and aphasia. The symposium on Friday will focus particularly on language differences between people with schizophrenia with and without formal thought disorder. Here is the programme.
A bit fit (5th in the Faculty competition) outpaced the Walking on sunshine team (10th). The more senior A bit fit team were "marginally ahead" of the doctoral student team by a small matter of 300,000 steps.
Members of the lab are taking part in the Faculty Walking Challenge. There is a heated inter-lab competition going on ...Read More
We are going to present four projects at this year's SoA conference at the Université de Genève on September 11th-14th. Last year we got to know the conference as a friendly forum for idea exchange, and one very supportive of doctoral students.
Alas, no beach right next to the venue as was the case last year in Lido de Venezia. Evenings at the lake will have to suffice.
Here our abstracts (follow links for full text):Read More
We welcome Bridget Yuen Yu to our lab. Bridget will use a new method of language analysis to analyse the language of US president Ronald Reagan and novelist Iris Murdoch, who both had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.