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  • Edmund Meadows
    Hi, The lectures below are generally good value. Check the links for any changes. Edmund. ... Subject: New APRU Invited Speaker Series Details Date:
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      Hi,

      The lectures below are generally good value. Check the links for any
      changes.

      Edmund.

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      Subject: New APRU Invited Speaker Series Details
      Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 11:53:31 +0100
      From: Psychology of the Paranormal Email Network <c.french@...>

      Hi All,

      I'm pleased to announce the details of the APRU Invited Speaker Series
      for 2013/14. We've got some fantastic speakers lined up so put the
      details (below and attached) in your diary now! Also, watch this space
      for one or two late additions.

      Details are also on the APRU web site, here:

      http://www.gold.ac.uk/apru/speakers/

      and here:

      http://www.gold.ac.uk/apru/speakers/abstractsbiographies2013-2014/#d.en.51350

      Best wishes,
      Chris

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      Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit
      Invited Speaker Series 2013/14
      Department of Psychology
      Goldsmiths, University of London

      SEMINARS ARE HELD ON TUESDAYS AT 6:10 PM IN ROOM LG01 OF THE NEW
      ACADEMIC BUILDING, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London
      SE14 6NW, unless otherwise noted. Maps and directions can be found at
      www.gold.ac.uk. All talks are open to staff, students and members of the
      public. Attendance is free and there is no need to book in advance.

      For further information, visit http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/apru/speakers
      or contact Robert Brotherton (email: r.brotherton@...).

      NB: You are strongly recommended to register (at no cost) with the
      APRU’s “Psychology of the Paranormal” email list to ensure that you are
      informed of any future changes to the programme as well as news of
      related events. You can also follow @chriscfrench on Twitter for
      announcements (including news of last-minute cancellations, changes of
      venue, etc.).

      Visit: http://www.gold.ac.uk/apru/email-network/

      AUTUMN TERM

      8 Oct Martin S Taylor
      Hypnotist and magician
      More lives than one?

      15 Oct Professor Erlendur Haraldsson
      Department of Psychology, University of Iceland
      Modern miracles and Sathya Sai Baba

      29 Oct Rosie Waterhouse
      Journalist and lecturer, City University London
      Satanic ritual abuse, false memories and multiple
      personalities: Anatomy of a 20-year investigation

      12 Nov Meirion Jones
      Investigations producer, BBC
      How to make millions with a bogus bomb detector

      3 Dec Dr Niall McCrae
      Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery,
      Kings College London
      Spiritual experiences in temporal lobe epilepsy:
      Neuropsychiatric symptom or portal to the divine?

      10 Dec Professor Martin Conway
      Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Associate Dean of
      Research, City University
      What adults can remember from childhood and what they
      believe they can remember


      SPRING TERM
      14 Jan Dr Sophie Page
      University College London
      Magic and belief in the Middle Ages

      28 Jan Robert Brotherton
      Goldsmiths, University of London
      The psychology of conspiracy theories

      11 Feb Dr Paul Broks
      Neuropsychologist and writer
      Has science done away with the soul?

      25 Feb Richard Firth-Godbehere
      Queen Mary, University of London
      Do you really know how you feel?

      11 Mar Robert Teszka
      Goldsmiths, University of London
      The misdirected mind

      25 Mar Dr David V Barrett
      Writer
      British Israelism: how an ancient historical puzzle
      fuels conspiracists and terrorists today

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