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Abuse revealed in 'torture report' reflects broader trends from the Iraq war

Abuse revealed in 'torture report' reflects broader trends from the Iraq war

Peter Finn, lecturer in politics, analyses the US senate's torture report, and finds evidence of horrifying abuse and torture across large parts of the national security apparatus of the US.

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

Professor Will Brooker, author of Alice's Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture, notes how the story's enduring appeal lies in its ability to mirror the changing concerns of new generations.

Kingston University Chancellor Bonnie Greer awards prize in new short story competition

Kingston University Chancellor Bonnie Greer awards prize in new short story competition

A teacher from Morden has taken the honours in the inaugural Bonnie Greer Stories to Read Aloud competition.

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Research seminar: Diagnostic radiography student's perceptions of interprofessional collaboration

Research seminar: Diagnostic radiography student's perceptions of interprofessional collaboration
Thursday 5 February 2015

Sherrill Spencer will discuss diagnostic radiography student's perceptions of interprofessional collaboration.

Conversational pragmatics and subjective probability judgments

Conversational pragmatics and subjective probability judgments
Wednesday 18 February 2015

A Department of Psychology seminar, with Miroslav Sirota.

Alone in the playground: Studies into the social experiences of youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Alone in the playground: Studies into the social experiences of youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Wednesday 25 February 2015

A Department of Psychology seminar, with Shivani Sharma from the University of Hertfordshire.

Computational psychopathology: Using learning theory to understand impulsivity and inhibition in psychopathy

Computational psychopathology: Using learning theory to understand impulsivity and inhibition in psychopathy
Wednesday 4 March 2015

A Department of Psychology seminar, with Robin A Murphy from the University of Oxford.

A social psychology of mass gathering participation: evidence from a mass pilgrimage event in north India

A social psychology of mass gathering participation: evidence from a mass pilgrimage event in north India
Wednesday 11 March 2015

A Department of Psychology seminar with Nicholas Hopkins from the University of Dundee.

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