Conferences

BSPID holds an annual conference. The goal of the conference is to provide a friendly and dynamic forum for both early career and more established researchers to present their latest work. Please see below for information on our previous conferences.

 

2019 Annual Conference

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Previous BSPID Conferences

2018 - University of Edinburgh (local hosts: Dr Michelle Luciano, Prof Timothy Bates and Dr Mary Stewart and Dr Alan Gow of Heriot-Watt University)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Dr Kathryn Asbury (University of York)
    • Prof Matthew McGue (University of Minnesota)

2017 - University of Kent (local host: Prof Joachim Stoeber)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Prof Dorothy Bishop (University of Oxford)
    • Prof Robert Plomin (King's College London)

2016 - Nottingham Trent University (local host: Dr Alex Sumich)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Prof Constantine Sedikides (University of Southampton)
    • Prof Mark Griffiths (Nottingham Trent University)

2015 - University of York (local host: Dr Gary Lewis)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Prof Tim Croudace (University of Dundee)
    • Dr Angelica Ronald (Birkbeck, University of London)

2014 - City, University of London (local host: Prof Philip Corr)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Prof Marcus Richards (University College, London)
    • Prof Martin Conway (City, University of London)

2013 - Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, Kings College London (local host: Dr Adam Perkins)

  • Keynote speaker
    • Prof Timothy Bates (University of Edinburgh)

2012 - University of Nottingham (local host: Prof Eamonn Ferguson)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Professor Veena Kumari (Kings College, London)
    • Professor Eamonn Ferguson (University of Nottingham)

2011 - Goldsmiths, University of London (local host: Prof Alan Pickering)

  • Keynote speakers
    • Prof Alan Pickering (Goldsmiths, University of London)
    • Prof Bill Revelle (Northwestern University)

2010 - University of Edinburgh (local host: Dr Beverley Roberts)

  • Keynote speaker:
    • Prof Ian Deary (University of Edinburgh)