National Library of Scotland (2014) Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A public lecture discussing the use of human participants in psychological research. Focused on historical work from Milgram and Zimbardo, through to cohort work on intelligence published at the University of Edinburgh.
UK Working Memory Meeting (2014) Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Oral presentation on proactive interference for healthy older adults in the visual patterns task.
EPS Conference on 40 years of the Working Memory Model (2014) Cambridge, United Kingdom
Poster presentation on presentation order effects in young and older adults during visual memory tasks.
Cognitive Aging Conference (2014) Atlanta, GA. USA.
Poster presentation on the effects of task presentation order in young and older adults. Received Guarantors of Brain grant for conference travel.
EPS Cognitive Ageing Workshop (2014) Pershore, United Kingdom
Oral presentation on differential presentation order effects in simultaneous and sequential visual memory tasks.
Psychonomics Society Annual Scientific Meeting (2013)Toronto, Canada
Poster presentation on differences between serial order and free recall in young and older adults. Received one-off overseas Grindley Grant for conference travel.
18th ESCoP Conference (2013) Budapest, Hungary
Poster presentation on ordered and randomized sequential presentation of patterns.
Experimental Psychology Society Summer Meeting (2013) Bangor, United Kingdom
Oral presentation on the effect of ‘nameability’ in visual patterns task performance. Received Grindley Grant for conference travel.
UK Working Memory Meeting (2013) Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Oral presentation on decline between simultaneous and sequential task performance in young and older adults.
Experimental Psychology Society Spring Meeting (2013) Lancaster, United Kingdom
Poster presentation on visual patterns task declines across the lifespan.
UK Working Memory Meeting (2012) Parcevall Hall, Yorkshire
Oral presentation on differential effects of verbal interference on visual tasks in young and older adults.