This seminar series aims to bring together specialists and established researchers as well as post-graduates, post-doctoral researchers and early career researchers in neurodevelopmental disorders. The series is a collaboration between 3 different UK universities (The department of Psychology at Kingston University, Department of Psychology and Human Development at the Institute of Education, University of London and the School of Psychology at Newcastle University) and is sponsored by the British Psychology Society and Williams Syndrome Foundation, UK.
This seminar series explores recent findings in neurodevelopmental disorders, with a particular focus on 1) the new research tools and methods used, 2) discussion of the wider applicability of these new tools and methods across different neurodevelopmental disorders, 3) identifying future challenges or controversies when studying neurodevelopmental disorders using a developmental approach. These issues will be discussed during 3 one-day workshops at the organising universities.
To register for the third seminar in the series please click here.
If you have registered for all three workshops you will be send a confirmation email for the second and third seminar.
Conference bursaries are available to support post-graduate students who would like to attend the seminar series. There are 5 per seminar and each bursary consists of up £50 to contribute towards the cost of registration and travel to attend either 1 or all three seminars within the series. Applications may only submit one bursary application for the series. Applicants will be notified by email about acceptance decisions as soon as possible.
Details and the Bursary Application Form can be found here.
These bursaries are funded by the British Psychology Society and the Developmental Section of the BPS.
We invite the submission of abstracts for poster presentations addressing all aspects of Developmental Disorders. Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for abstract submission is again 6 weeks prior to the seminar you would like to present at. You will be notified by email about acceptance decisions as soon as possible.
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