Every first Wednesday of the month sees the hosting of a Psychology talk in The Glebe Pub, Stoke-on-Trent. The Stoke “Psychology in the Pub” is a series of free talks by psychologists from the Staffordshire and West Midlands region and are open to everyone! Details of upcoming and past talks can be found via the “Psychology in the Pub” tab above.
Stoke’s Psychology in the Pub series is a sub-branch of the British Psychological Society‘s West Midlands branch. The talks provide a forum for psychologists, healthcare professionals, students, and anyone with an interest in Psychology to hear about the latest psychological research being conducted in the West Midlands.
Guests should aim to arrive from 5:30pm (note that there are limited chairs and the talks are popular!). Talks start at 6pm and finish by 7pm with opportunities for networking and discussion afterwards. Directions to the Glebe can be found here.
Join in the conversation by following the @StaffsPsych twitter account and the #PitPStoke hashtag.
|3rd October 2018||Dr Rachel Povey (Staffordshire University): Urghh, I’m not eating that!” Why children don’t eat their greens and what we can do about it.|
|7th November||Dr Yvonne Skipper (Keele University): How mindset can lead to success|
|5th December 2018||Dr Mike Batashvili (Staffordshire University): “Do You Fear What I Fear?”: Maths Anxiety and Christmas Shopping|
|6th February 2019||Charlotte Bagnall (Keele University): Primary-Secondary School Transition|
|6th March 2019||Dr Helen Combes (Staffordshire University): Why difference matters
|3rd April 2019||Professor Claire Fox (Keele University): Teenage relationship abuse|
|1st May 2019||Mike Oliver (Staffordshire University): “Oh, I’m really sorry, the jacket potato took ages to arrive…” Do you feel guilty about taking a lunch break?
|5th June 2019||Olly Robertson (Keele University): Venting and Emotions|