ISN Research Seminars
During semesters, experts in their field talk about topics relevant to psychology. These series of visiting speakers give students, and staff, the opportunity to find out about the very latest advances in research in psychology, and related areas.
These seminars, not open to the general public, are for all staff and students of ISN College of Psychiatry, and associated institutions. If you have any questions about the seminars please email A/Prof. Pascal Molenberghs (email@example.com)
Current seminar programme 2021
Seminar 1 (11th of March) – Dr Stephanie Merkouris – Advancements in the treatment of gambling problems
Seminar 2 (25th of March) – Professor David Coghill – Why is Phillip such a fidget and Johnny an airhead?
Seminar 3 (22nd of April) – Dr Melissa Mulraney – Definition, recognition and treatment challenges of irritability in children and adolescents
Seminar 4 (6th of May) – Associate Professor Sarah Whittle – Impact of the family environment on brain development during childhood and adolescence
Seminar 5 (20th of May) – Presenter: TBA – Title: TBA
Past seminar programmes
Semester 1, 2020
Seminar 1 – Dr. Hannah Fraser – The replication crisis: causes and solutions
Seminar 2 – Dr. Tiffani Howell – ‘You can’t bring that dog in here!’ Community awareness of assistance dogs’ legal access rights
Seminar 3 – Sarah Giles – The role of cognitive and interpersonal factors in the maintenance of eating disorders
Seminar 4 – Dr. Isabel Krug – Should purging disorder be included as a separate eating disorder in the DSM-6?
Seminar 5 – Professor Brock Bastian – Why we need a different approach to promoting mental health
Semester 2, 2020
Seminar 1 – Professor Simine Vazire – Where are the self-correcting mechanisms in science?
Seminar 2 – Dr Mandy Cassimatis – Digital health interventions as components of clinical practice in clients with comorbid chronic disease and mental health issues: An example of an online type 2 diabetes program
Seminar 3 – Professor Jason Mattingley – Understanding the role of prediction in sensory coding
Seminar 4 – Dr Guy Prochilo – Three ways you can get started with open science right now
Seminar 5 – Professor Nikolaos Kazantzis – Moving into the next generation: What is process-based CBT exactly?
Seminar 1 – A/Prof. Jarrad Lum – An introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analyses: What are they and why are they are so useful?