Summer Graduation 2018
Press release issued: 27 July 2018
Congratulations to all of our 2018 Graduates and Graduate Prize Winners!
On Tuesday 17th July 2018, the School of Experimental Psychology celebrated the Graduation of its final year Undergraduate students as well as a handful of Postgraduate students.
Families from around the world came to Bristol to enjoy an extremely special day.
The graduates and their families were invited to the Life Sciences Building for a Drinks and Prize Giving Reception shortly after their graduation ceremony at the Wills Memorial Building.
This years prize winners are;
Awarded the Richard Gregory Prize. This prize is awarded to the student with the most innovative final year independent research project.
Andrea Hall and Jake summerfield
Awarded runners up for the Richard Gregory Prize.
Marlen Frei and Ella Goldwater
Awarded the Henri Tajfel Prize. This prize is awarded to the tudent with the best final year independent research project of a social psychology nature.
Nominated for both the EPS / British Science Association Undergraduate Project Prize and the Nominated for the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Undergraduate Project Prize.
The nominees for the Experimental Psychology Society / British Science Association Undergraduate Project Prize are the students with the highest scoring cognitive themed final year independent research project.
The nominees for the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Undergraduate Project Prize are recognised for outstanding research conducted in the area of cognitive Psychology.
Alex Bal and Lorna Smith
Jointly nominated for the Jonathan Sime Award. The nominees for this prize are the students with the best Undergraduate Dissertation on the topic of Environmental Psychology.
Awarded in recognition of the best question set by a student on the Genes and Behaviour course using the PeerWise tool.
Awarded both The BPS Undergraduate Award and the Experimental Psychology Outstanding Achievement Prize (Year 3).
The British Psychological Society (BPS) Award is awarded to the the student who achieved the highest overall score in an accredited degree programme at each of the institutions accredited by the Society.
The Experimental Psychology Outstanding Achievement Prize for year 3 is awarded to the student with the highest overall mark in year 3.
Awarded Experimental Pshychology Outstanding Achievment Prize for Year 4. This prize is awarded to the student with the highest overall mark in year4.
Contemporary Issues in Psychology
Students were awarded this prize, for delivering the best presentation within their seminar group in the subject of Contemporary Issues in Psychologoy.
- Hugo Hammond – Producing adaptive, extended and goal directed behaviour
- Alice Grishkov – Interpersonal relationships and attachment (group 2)
- Marlen Frei – Interpersonal relationships and attachment (group 1)
- Cerowyn Browne – Me, mine and memory
- Dolores Hill – Executive cognition in children
- Soren Reed – How do we see time?
- Brian Luscombe – The psychology of decision making - (not present)
- Phoebe Davies – Humans online
- Ella Burgess – The modularity of mind - (not present)
- Helena Davies – The stable world illusion?
- Daisy Gilbert – Magnetic resonance techniques for exploring the CNS
- Daisy Mummery – Are low-calorie sweeteners helpful or harmful for healthy weight management?
- Tessa Baneth – Smoking and mental health - (not present)
- Athina Cooper – What can neuro-imaging tell us about pain?
- Yannick Yalipende – The social animal - (not present)
- Krystian Przydzial – Animal learning and cognition
- Daniel Downey – Olfaction and the psychology of smell
- Matt Neicho – Camouflage
- Jessica Yang – Microvolts of cognition
- Vanessa Wilson – Our globe vs. our brain
- Isabel Chew – “Post-truth” politics, democracy and human cognition
All photos were taken by Bhagesh Sachania - Freelance Professional Photography Services to the University of Bristol.