New Publication: Greater number of group identifications is associated with healthier behaviour in adolescents

Congratulations to Kirsty Miller, Juliet Wakefield and Fabio Sani from Psychology at the University of Dundee who have recently had their paper ‘Greater number of group identifications is associated with healthier behaviour in adolescents’ published in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology

Publication - Kirsty Miller

The full article can be found here

SDHI/DJCAD Seminar – Wednesday 26 August at 3pm

Katie Siek seminar flyer 260815Katie Siek from Indiana University Bloomington will show how applying theories from psychology, design and business to application design gradually improved acceptance and appropriation in underserved communities. This FREE seminar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm in 1G06, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee ALL WELCOME

Please see the seminar flyer for further information.  To register your attendance please email Rosanne r.c.bell @dundee.ac.uk

Forthcoming Seminar- If You Build it

KatieSDHI and the Living Digital Group, DJCAD are hosting the following seminar presented by Katie Siek, Associate Professor in Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington entitled ‘If You Build it’. This FREE seminar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm in room 1G06, Dalhousie Building. ALL WELCOME. Please see the seminar flyer for further information.  To register your attendance please email Rosanne r.c.bell@dundee.ac.uk

Are most findings in psychology false? An activist’s perspective

The University of St Andrews School of Medicine is hosting this public seminar presented by Professor James Coyne who will deliver a provocative and lively talk on Tuesday 24th March at 3pm in Seminar Room 2 at the School of Medicine.

Prof Coyne - St Andrews Seminar 24-03-15

For further information please contact Gozde Ozakinci (go10 @st-andrews.ac.uk)

Scottish Longitudinal Study Introductory Training Workshop

The Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland will be holding a 1-day Introductory Training Workshop for the Scottish Longitudinal Study (SLS) on June 6th in St Andrews.

The SLS consists of a 5.3% longitudinal sample of the Scottish population and includes data from the Censuses, Vital Events (births, deaths, marriages) and Education data. Further with appropriate permission ISD Health Data (cancers, maternity, etc) can be linked in.  As such it is an unparalleled resource for researchers in a variety of fields, including health, social policy, demography, geography and psychology.

Places on the course are limited to 25, so early booking is recommended.  Registration costs £25, which covers lunch, refreshments and training materials.

For more information please visit our website: www.lscs.ac.uk/training.htm, or contact lscs@st-andrews.ac.uk