Magdalen is committed to ensuring that the brightest students get the information they need to make a competitive application to Oxford regardless of background. CANCELLED, Attention Development in the First Years of Life: association with environmental factors and individual differences, Learning and Development Seminar: What Controls Attention: A learning account, Psychobiology of Early Cognitive Development, Experimental Psychology, Psychiatry & Neuroscience OUI Innovation Forum, Our Mental Wellness: Managing Stress and Overcoming Anxiety (online via Zoom), The Social Life of Voices: Studying the perception and production of vocal identity and traits, Our Mental Wellness: Overcoming Sleep Problems (online via Zoom), Priors: Are kids slow to learn, and why can’t they learn faster? St Catherine’s is a cosmopolitan society, with students drawn from over 50 nations. Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford), Neuroscience Seminar Series: Marius Usher (Sagol School of Neuroscience, Tel Aviv), Neuroscience Seminar Series: Gustavo Rohenkohl (Dept. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Psychopathology and Plasticity of the Social Brain: From Emotion Regulation to Empathy and Theory of Mind, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Making sense of degraded speech: Auditory and cognitive factors. "England’s Mental Health Experiment” makes the New York Times. Oxford Tutorial College Ltd, no. Whilst we aren’t able to invite you to see Oxford in person at the moment, we hope our Undergraduate Virtual Open Days on 1 and 2 July will give you a taste of what being at Oxford is really like, so you can decide whether studying here might be for you.Just as for any of our Open Days, there will be a lot on offer so we really recommend planning in advance. Join us at our next Virtual Open Day on Friday 18th September 2020 to find out what studying Earth Sciences at Oxford is really all about. How perceptions of justice shape the impact of emotion regulation on employee well-being, Experimental Psychology Social Brain and Behaviour Seminar: Social Decision-Making under Risk: When we Err on the Safe Side, Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience (Beacon) Seminar: Mapping the Evolution and Development of the Primate Brain by Neuroimaging Techniques, Departmental Seminar: Attempting to unravel surprisingly complex behaviour, Departmental Seminar: Experimental Psychology Early Career Researcher ‘firetalks’. We need to ask them. Dorothy Bishop discusses Developmental Language Disorder terminology in new RADLD film, Kate Nation talks to TES about balancing phonics and comphrension skills in early readers, Charles Spence writes for The Conversation on how to make meals more memorable, Amy Orben participates in BBC debate on social media and well-being, Congratulations to Matthew Apps on being awarded the title of University Research Lecturer, Dorothy Bishop talks about the Language Problem Language Problem in a new Oxford Impact film, Roll up, roll up! EP Language & Development Seminar: Title TBA, POSTPONED - EP Language & Development Seminar: The interaction between spelling and handwriting across the life span, EP Language & Development Seminar: Simulating Children's Grammar Learning in the Lab with Adults and Artificial Languages, EP Language & Development Seminar: Development of social behaviour – from mechanisms to interventions, Ageing, Brain and Cognition: Results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN). Experimental Psychology research group ReadOxford launch a groundbreaking citizen science project! We pride ourselves on on the pastoral support that students receive while studying with us. Our virtual tour with Agnes the Access Lamb also proved very popular. Welcome to St Catherine’s College’s Virtual Open Day! Neuroscience, University of Minnesota): "Mechanisms of decision-making in rats: planning, deliberation, and regret", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Joe Paton (Champlimaud Center for the Unknown, Lisbon): "A Neural population code for time in the striatum", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Marco Tamietto (University of Turin): "Neural correlates of sensory and attentional unawareness for emotional stimuli", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Ivan Toni (Donders Institute, Nijmegen): "Creation and control of mind-oriented movements", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Dante Mantini (Dept. ", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Zach Mainen (Champlinaud Centre, Lisbon): "Serotonin and the regulation of adaptive behaviour". 14:00-15:00: Livestream video answers with current students via the FAQ tab. Upon enrolling at the college you’ll be assigned a Senior Tutor, who will guide and support you throughout your time with us – helping with any obstacles you encounter and being the main hub of communication between you, the College and your parents. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Making Cell Assemblies: What can we learn about plasticity from spiking neural network models? Another successful UNIQ Summer School for aspiring Experimental Psychology students! Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Rewrite or Repress? We invite you to read our plans for ensuring our students’ safety and wellbeing. Oxford OX2 6JR United Kingdom Telephone +44 (0) 1865 557 976 Email admissions@wychwoodschool.org Request a prospectus. Virtual Open Days. Departmental seminar: Attentional episodes and cognitive control, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Probing Predictive Models in the Mind with Dynamic Causal Modelling, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Planning under cognitive limitations, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Learning and Action in Uncertain Environments, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Modulating cortical signatures of motor imagery in younger and older adults. Due to COVID-19, all events have been online. Neuroscience Seminar: Targeting hippocampus with MEG, Neuroscience Seminar: Neural and pharmacological modulation of adaptive learning and choice, Neuroscience Seminar: Ignoring White Bears: Distinct mechanisms for distractor suppression and target facilitation, Neuroscience Seminar: Contextualising “context”: uncertainty in autistic perception, Neuroscience Seminar: The adaptive nature and temporal dynamics of memory reactivation, Neuroscience Seminar: Meta-RL and non-spatial sequences, Examining the relationship between visual statistical learning and word reading ability in developing readers. Light, Clocks and Sleep: Neuroscience to Therapy, Neuroscience Seminar: Memory of time facilitates retrieval of visual events, Neuroscience Seminar: Jumping the gun: Deconstructing waiting impulsivity in humans, Neuroscience Seminar : Coding scheme and precision of probabilistic inference as critical source of suboptimality in human decision-making, Neuroscience Seminar : "Mechanisms of adaptation in inferior temporal cortex", Neuroscience Seminar : The reflective mind: neural building blocks of metacognition, Neuroscience Seminar : Anxiety across adaptive and pathological states: from unpredictable shocks to anxiety disorders, Neuroscience Seminar : An Interference Model of Visual Working Memory, Neuroscience Seminar : The Representation of Actions in the Human Brain, Neuroscience Seminar : Neuroendocrine control mechanisms in social emotional action. We are delighted to invite you to join us for our VIRTUAL OPEN DAYS this 1 and 2 of July and 18 September 2020. We have two boarding houses for students aged 15-18, both within walking distance of both the College and the city centre. Experimental Psychology - Learning and Development Seminar: The role of physiological arousal during the emergence of ASD symptomatology: From infancy to pre-school, Experimental Psychology - Language and Development Seminar: Language and numerical cognition: The way numbers are named matters, Language and Development Seminar - "Morphology and the development of lexical processing", BEACON seminar - Marcel van Gerven - "AI meets Neuroscience", BEACON seminar - Miriam Klein-Flugge - "Multiple neural mechanisms of knowledge acquisition and how specific amygdala connections can predict mental well-being", Language and Development Seminar: Plasticity in the developing brain: impact of focal lesions on language network, BEACON seminar - Vladislav Nachev - title TBC, BEACON seminar - Stress in Social Hierarchies, BEACON seminar - Animal models of episodic memory, BEACON seminar - Predicting action outcomes, Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience (Beacon) Seminar: Nucleus accumbens circuits in reward and aversion. Congratulations to Saloni Krishnan on winning the OSF pre-registration challenge! Neuroscience Seminar : Speech Representation, Learning and Plasticity: Insights from Multi-Modal Imaging, Neuroscience Seminar : Neural signatures of model-based and model-free reinforcement learning, Neuroscience Seminar : A computational account of the role of dopamine in model-free learning and exploration modulation, Neuroscience Seminar : From sensory processing to conscious perception, Neuroscience Seminar : Value-based decision making by populations of probabilistic neurons, Departmental seminar: Disease Biomarkers for Schizophrenia - from laboratory to patient beside, Departmental seminar: Positive Psychology: Measuring and building well-being in schools, corporations and nations. Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience (Beacon) Seminar: Constructing, integrating, and navigating cognitive maps of social hierarchies, Just effort? Introducing Oxford University Music Society; Virtual performance from student band The Donut Kings; There are Q&A sessions on the day too! Parsing the mechanisms of retrieval-extinction, Departmental Seminar - Enhancing causal perception: The search for ‘Empty Time’ effects with the rapid streaming procedure. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Working Memory 2017: What is going on? EP Department seminar: Beyond heritability – Have studies of the effects of institutional deprivation changed how we conceptualise neuro-development? You can submit your questions via the Student Perspective tab chat. Cognitive gadgets: the cultural evolution of thinking, EP Departmental Seminar: Compulsivity: Neuropsychological substrates and neuropsychiatric implications, EP Departmental Seminar: Childhood maltreatment, latent vulnerability and the shift to preventative psychiatry: the contribution of functional neuroimaging, EP Departmental Seminar: All memory is presence and future: insights from trauma research, EP Anne Treisman Lecture: Tracking memory traces in the human brain, Neuroscience Seminar: Simultaneous EEG - fMRI: Spatiotemporal characteristics of reward-based learning and value-based decision making, Neuroscience Seminar : On the adaptive fitness of the social sense: lessons from Bayesian Decision Theory, Neuroscience Seminar : Integration of magnitude information in human working memory and decision making, Neuroscience Seminar: Banishing the shifty homunculus from frontal cortex: attentional set-shifting deficits re-examined. New Intervention Insights for Youth Social Anxiety: Effective treatment components and positive peer feedback. Our friendly Admissions team are happy to answer any questions you may have – fill out an enquiry form or email admissions@oxfordsixthformcollege.com. Gastrophysics: The new science of the table, Neuroscience Seminar Series Double Bill: William Stauffer and Armin Lak (University of Cambridge): "Reward and decision signals in dopamine neurons", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Daniel Margulies (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig): The convergence of cortical structure and network topography, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Lee Miller (Northwestern University): "Development of an adaptive neural interface to restore natural hand use during paralysis", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Jonathan Roiser (Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL): Bonsai trees in the brain: the neural basis of reflexive pruning of decision trees, Aphasia: advances in diagnosis, prognosis and treatment, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Neil Stewart (University of Warwick): "Eye movements, lab choices, and big data approaches to decision making research", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Tristan Bekinschtein (University of Cambridge): Wakefulness modulates cognition: transition of consciousness in sleep and sedation. Home | ADMISSIONS | Virtual Open Day . Please click HERE to access full playlist of everything you ever wanted to know about studying Experimental Psychology or Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics (PPL) at Oxford, course overviews, admissions, student experiences and the Q&A sessions. Progress in understanding the brain basis of theory of mind, EP Language and Development Seminar: Modeling influences of home environment and assessing intervention effects on Filipino children’s early language and literacy skills, EP Language and Development Seminar: fNIRS in Africa and the UK: Studying infants at risk for compromised development, EP Language and Development Seminar: Nurturing the development of executive attention. These included opportunities to virtually attend live Q&As with students and tutors across the university, general information sessions about life at Oxford as well as subject- … Departmental Seminar: Should we stop looking for genetic biomarkers for psychological traits and disorders? We invite you to read our plans for ensuring our students’ safety and wellbeing. Come to our Open Day on 14 September! We look forward to answering your questions in our Live Q&A (link will work from 1st July) Important milestone for Oxford Experimental Psychology announced today, Congratulations to Janette Chow, Anne Aimola Davies & Kim Plunkett on their award-winning publication. Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Using artificial orthographies as a window onto how the brain learns to read, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Reduced reactivity to food cues: New insights on the role of intrinsic excitability alterations on nucleus accumbens neuronal ensembles, Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Multimodal Studies of Human Motor Plasticity, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Causal explanation of individual differences in sensorimotor memory formation. Language & Development Seminar: The development and modulation of mimicry in infancy and toddlerhood, Oxford Alumni Weekend: Meeting Minds in Oxford, Language & Development Seminar: Comprehensive literacy instruction for children with autism spectrum disorders, Social Brain & Behaviour Club: Feeling in Seeing: Embodiment, Affect & Visual Politics (when News are Fake), Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Using therapy apps and brain stimulation to improve reading in post-stroke aphasia. This webinar is part of our Virtual Open Day series of events taking place over the 7th and 11th December. View photos of each boarding house below, and listen to a presentation that tells you all about them. Oxford Science Adventures - free activities for children in half term! Neuroscience Seminar: Targeting space and time in the human hand knob, Neuroscience Seminar: Discovering and exploiting structure in the face of changing tasks, Neuroscience Seminar: It's the thought that counts. What can babies with Down syndrome possibly tell us about Alzheimer’s dementia in adults? Congratulations to Amy Orben on winning a TechWomen50 award! Along with our flexible A-Level options, we offer alternative programmes that you might not have considered before. Virtual Open Day. The Oxford University VIRTUAL Open Days has been taking place, Alex Hendry and colleagues team up with Home-Start Oxford to distribute outdoor clothing to disadvantaged local babies and toddlers, Pandemic makes EP's 3rd mental health talk, Managing Depression and Low Mood, even more timely, Oxford University recognises 100-year anniversary of the formal admission of women, Ambitious Oxford initiative launched to address graduate under-representation, Impact of returning to school on adolescent mental health the subject of a new study, Enriching Engagement (Round 2) awardees announced, New Programme Helps Frontline Healthcare Workers at Risk from PTSD and Depression, Managing Stress and Overcoming Anxiety Talk: Video now available, International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Experimental Psychology Departmental Studentship, The Queen's College Waverley and Experimental Psychology Department studentship in Neurophysiology, Theoretical Neuroscience & Artificial Intelligence, Co-Space Study: Supporting Parents, Adolescents and Children during Epidemics, MSc by Research in Experimental Psychology. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: separating facts from fiction, Departmental Seminar. Psychology, Trinity College Dublin): "Neural mechanisms for first- and second-order decision making", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Marc Guitart-Masip (Karolinska Institute, Sweden): Dopamine and decision-making, revisited, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Prof. Emrah Düzel (Institute of Cognitive Neurology and Dementia Research, Magdeburg & Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL): Functional organization and plasticity of hippocampal memory networks, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Richard Ivry (UC Berkeley): " Embodied Decision Making: System interactions in sensorimotor adaptation and reinforcement learning", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Hanneke Den Ouden (Nijmegen): Knowing when to go: Serotonin (and dopamine) in learning and behavioural control, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Quentin Huys (ETH Zürich and University of Zürich): How to think a plan: Hierarchical fragmentation, stochastic memorization and pruning in decision-making, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Mike Cohen (Amsterdam University): "Midfrontal Cortex Theta Oscillations: Causes and Consequences", Neuroscience Seminar Series: David Ostry (McGill University): "Sensory Plasticity in Human Motor Learning", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Markus Ullsperger (Max Planck Institute, Cologne): Title TBA, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Laurence Hunt (University College London): Bridging microscopic and macroscopic choice dynamics in prefrontal cortex, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Lennart Verhagen (University of Oxford): "Using representations: the temporal lobe in action selection and decision making", The contribution of primate frontopolar cortex to cognition, Departmental Seminar Series: Development of Literacy in Children at High-Risk of Dyslexia, Departmental Seminar Series: Adolescent (Anti)Social Networks, Departmental Seminar Series. Neuroscience, University of Michigan): "The roles of dopamine in adaptive decision-making", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Ami Tsuchida (National Institute of Health): "Functional Fractionation of the frontal lobe", Departmental Seminar - Tom Shultz - Computational modeling of human learning and cognitive development, Departmental Seminar - Adam Gazzaley - Video Games and the Future of Cognitive Enhancement, Departmental Seminar - Marius Usher - We See More Than We Can Report: Cost-Free Color Phenomenality Outside Focal Attention, Departmental Seminar - Luis Fuentes - Network Interactions in the Attentional System: Inhibition in the Spatial and Semantic Domains, Anne Treisman Lecture – Prof Jenny Saffran (Infant Learning Lab, Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin – Madison), Neuroscience Seminar Series: Antonio Rangel (Caltech): "The neuroeconomics of self-control", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Jeff Schall (Vanderbilt): "Recent investigatinons of neural mechanisms of decision-making in frontal and supplementary eye fields: speed-accuracy, laminar processing, and event-related potentials", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Redmond O'Connell (Dept. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Theta-rhythmic neuronal activity: a sampling mechanism for perception and attention? Abingdon & Witney College will host the event from 3.30pm to 6pm on its website. How does the brain process facial expressions? David Clark and Lord Layard launch "Thrive: the power of evidence-based psychological therapies". Welcome and programme overview Oxford brain stimulation research in the news. Take a virtual tour of Wadham College. That’s why this year to overcome the Covid-19 restrictions we moved our Open Days at the beginning of July online. The impact of exercise and physical activity on executive functions in children with and without developmental disorders” . PhD student Lauren Heathcote interviewed on BBC South Today about her research into chronic pain, Kate Watkins and Jennifer Chesters interviewed for International Stammering Awareness Day. Please check the relevant University of Oxford webpages for the latest information. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Open Days will be running as virtual events, on 1st and 2nd July and 18th September. Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings. Significant new publication by David Clark published in The Lancet. In the meantime there is plenty of content available elsewhere on our website. The online event will feature a range of subject sessions, as well as the opportunity to hear from course leaders, and get a feel for what it’s like to study here. Neural mechanisms of action initiation and decision making, Sensory processing in children with and without developmental conditions, Understanding Visual Perception in Autism. Outreach Thinking of studying psychology? A Welcome from Principal Mark Love. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have ahead of applying to the Oxford MBA class of 2021-22. St Catherine’s is very pleased to share with you our programme of events for our 2020 Virtual Open Days. We know there is no substitute for seeing the School in action first hand. Want to study Earth Sciences? Whilst you are waiting you can check out Looking at LMH which has lots of useful resources for those considering applying to the University of Oxford. What makes a successful DPhil and MSc by Research application? Neuroscience Seminar: The psychological and neural basis of incentive habits: relevance for our understanding of addiction. We hope you can join us. Experimental Psychology researchers prepare to take part in the Curiosity Carnival, Experimental Psychology hopes to strengthen collaborations and foster new synergies with Zoology following joint Research Symposium, Construction gets underway for new Experimental Psychology temporary home, Lovely Q&A with our Head of Department, Kia Nobre, in Neuron - Cell Press. Welcome to our Virtual Open Day. Registration for our Virtual Open Days is not compulsory, but by entering your details below you will be eligible to receive lots of useful information about the event and about applying for undergraduate study at Oxford. College contacts; Fellows and College Officers; Outreach Outreach. It was announced last week that Oxford’s December interviews will be conducted remotely, and it has also been confirmed that the Open Day in September will be virtual. : A half-day Interdisciplinary Seminar for Early Career Researchers. Our Virtual Open Day is a great way for you to find out more about life at Ruskin: our teaching, our courses, our campus and how we can help you take the next step on your learning journey. Virtual Open Days 15th July 2020. Meet our faculty and find out about our Masters and Doctoral programmes, their content and structure, and the admissions process. Join us to hear from current Oxford MBA students as they discuss their backgrounds, career goals and why they chose the Oxford MBA. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Reseachers welcome visitors at Oxford Open Doors, EP researchers study the impact of answering questions about grief, Experimental Psychology celebrates Ada Lovelace Day, Matthew Apps awarded 2018 Early Career Award from the Society for Social Neuroscience, Researchers share their science at IF Oxford Science and Ideas Festival, Kate Watkins talks to BBC Radio Oxford on International Stammering Awareness Day, Our Head of Department, Kia Nobre, announced as recipient of Broadbent Prize 2019, Experimental Psychology DPhil student Margaret Moore wins BNS Early Career Prize, David Clark talks to the World Government Summit on the value of psychological therapies, Success at Experimental Psychology Society Awards, Stroke Awareness Day packs a room full of the curious public, Exciting new open access journal now accepting submissions, ‘Night-time Cat’ - a children’s book to support improved grammar understanding, Department member honoured by Royal Society, The future of children and young people’s mental health research at the University of Oxford, The Planning Fallacy - Three Minute Thesis, Let’s talk about loneliness – the importance of social psychology, Another successful UNIQ summer experience, NIHR grant supports research into anxiety disorders in young children, Building quality, diversity and publicity for mental health research, Experimental Psychology joins forces with the Palix Foundation to share knowledge about the brain and psychological science, Psychology Today shines a spotlight on Patricia Lockwood’s research, Oxford Joins The European University of Brain and Technology Partnership, Cathy Creswell Receives NIHR Senior Investigator Award, Message from Kia Nobre: Unfolding Departmental Response to COVID-19, World Autism Awareness Week: Understanding Communication in Autism, World Autism Awareness Week: Understanding Sensory Processing in Autism. 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