BPS Annual Conference Lectures 2012

Here are the BPS annual conference lectures in 2012.

Claudia Hammond: BPS Annual Conference, 18 April 2012, London

Claudia Hammond, psychologist and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s ‘All in the Mind’, received the Society’s 2012 Public Engagement and Media Award. She gave her Award Lecture ‘Why time warps: the mysteries of time perception solved’ at our Annual Conference in London in April 2012.

Julie Wetherell: BPS DCP Annual Conference 2012, 5–7 December 2012, University of Oxford 

Professor Julie Wetherell gives her keynote speaker presentation, titled ‘Are we there yet? Optimising treatment of anxiety in older adults”.

Anne Margriet Pot:  BPS DCP Annual Conference 2012, 5–7 December 2012, University of Oxford 

Professor Anne Margriet Pot gives her keynote speaker presentation, titled ‘Keys to success in dementia care. Results from the Netherlands monitoring on living arrangements for people with dementia’.

Graham Turpin: BPS DCP Annual Conference 2012, 5–7 December 2012, University of Oxford 

Professor Graham Turpin gives the Monte Shaprio Lecture, titled ‘The next 60 years: Dilemmas and future milestones’.

Patricia Crittenden: BPS DCP Annual Conference 2012, 5–7 December 2012, University of Oxford 

Dr Patricia Crittenden gives her keynote speaker presentation, titled ‘The development of protective attachment strategies across the lifespan’

Tony Morrison: BPS DCP Annual Conference 2012, 5–7 December 2012, University of Oxford 

Professor Tony Morrison gives his keynote speaker presentation, titled ‘Cognitive behaviour therapy without antipsychotics: Is it effective across the continuum of psychotic disorders?’.

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