16th May – The Science of Social Media – Dr Linda Kaye

Social media often is a large part of our daily lives and psychologists have been increasingly interested in understanding how it affects us. This session gives an overview of the scientific research on social media. This includes exploring how psychologists actually measure social media use, how social media use is related to well-being, and much Read more about 16th May – The Science of Social Media – Dr Linda Kaye[…]

18th April – The Diversity of Visual Imagination: Insights from 126 interviews – Dr Reshanne Reeder

Imagine the face of a familiar person: can you form a mental picture of them? Can you imagine seeing their smile, maybe even “see” them standing next to you? Or perhaps you have no picture in your head at all. The ability to imagine in pictures is called “visual mental imagery”. Recent research suggests that Read more about 18th April – The Diversity of Visual Imagination: Insights from 126 interviews – Dr Reshanne Reeder[…]