The convenors of the Think-Tank seminar series are Lamprini Psychogiou and Katie-Jane Stewart.

The Think-Tank seminar series

Every year the Mood Disorders Centre presents the Think-Tank seminar series, inviting external speakers from around the world to present on a variety of topics relating to mood and mental health. See the Previous external speakers section for a sample list of topics discussed.

The Think-Tank is free of charge and anyone is invited to join us, no registration is required. 

Time and venue

12:00 to 1:00pm on the dates specified below.

The Think-Tanks take place in the Sir Henry Wellcome Building for Mood Disorders Research on the University's Streatham Campus.

Follow the links below for more information on a particular Think-Tank topic:

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10 December 2021

TBC

Our guest speaker is Yinyin Zang from Peking University in China. Full details
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14 January 2022

Time trends in autism identification, diagnostic narratives and their implications

Our guest speaker is Ginny Russell from the University of Exeter. Full details
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21 January 2022

The Role of Self-compassion in Negative self-perception and Emotional dysregulation in C-PTSD

Our guest speaker is Pranati Misurya from the University of Exeter. Full details
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28 January 2022

School to prison pipelines: Trajectories of children with neurodisabilities in contact with the law

Our guest speaker is Hope Kent from the University of Exeter. Full details
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4 February 2022

TBC

Our guest speaker is Shannon Wake from the University of Exeter. Full details
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11 February 2022

Basic Control in Cognition and Psychopathology: A Predictive Processing Perspective

Our guest speaker is Sam Wilkinson from the University of Exeter. Full details
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4 March 2022

TBC

Our guest speaker is Teea Gliga from the University of East Anglia. Full details
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11 March 2022

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Our guest speaker is Helen Dodd from the University of Exeter. Full details
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18 March 2022

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Our guest speaker is Stephanie Van Goozen from the University of Cardiff. Full details
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25 March 2022

Attachment and nurturing approaches in education

Our guest speaker is Angeliki Kallitsoglou from the University of Roehampton. Full details
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1 April 2022

Response styles to mood states as predictors of depressive symptoms in adolescence: intra- and interpersonal perspectives

Our guest speaker is Patricia Bijttebier from KU Leuven. Full details
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20 May 2022

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Our guest speaker is Naomi Heffer from the University of Bath and Exeter. Full details
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