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The School of Experimental Psychology hosts the South West Undergraduate Psychology Conference 2017

Many thanks to our Year 2 volunteers

Poster presentations

South West Undergraduate Advertisement Artwork by Tatiana Martin (English Honours student, University of Bristol)

27 March 2017

The School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol, hosted the annual SWUC event this year.

The South West  Undergraduate Psychology Conference was held on Saturday, 18th March. Students from across the South West came to present their Year 3 project findings through both oral presentations and poster displays. 

The day was felt to be a great success with some fantastic project work being reported. The day ended with a prize giving and excellent keynote lecture from Dr Angela Rowe from the School of Experimental Psychology, on the topic of 'attachment theory as a framework for understanding mental health conditions'. 

The following oral presentations were given by our Undergraduate Students: 

Katie Drax: Know your limits:The effect of alcohol warning labels on drink choice behaviour

Rose O'Connell: New contacts, new NHS? The world of the current UK medical student 

Lewis Harland: Investigating embodiment choice frameworks in risky and safe decisions-from-experience

Christopher Moreno-Stokoe: Bilinguals appear to have better attention abilities

Georgia Todd: The relationship between exam stress and physical activity on well being and exam success 

Posters were also provided by Chloë Macmillian, Stephanie Bryant, Giulia Todres, Mischa Dhar, Alesi Rowland and Esther Rosser.

Many thanks to all of the students who came along to take part in the day and congratulations to all of the prize winners.

Further information

All images of the day can be found on the Experimental Psychology Facebook page. 

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