Public Lectures and Seminars
New Directions In Memory research - Improving Your Memory for Intentions.
Continuing our 50th Anniversary seminar series featuring pre-eminent psychologists, Prof Teresa Burke will deliver a talk on new directions in memory research. Light refreshments will be served from 5.20pm.
Prof. Teresa Burke has recently taken up the position of Professor of Psychology at the School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University. Prior to that, she held the post of Senior Lecturer (Neuropsychology) in the School of Psychology, University College Dublin, where she taught courses in neuropsychology and behavioural neuroscience at both undergraduate and graduate level. After completing her PhD in UCD in 1987, she completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the world-renowned Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital in Canada. Since returning to Dublin in 1989, she has pursued an active research programme in clinical neuropsychology. Her primary research interests are the effects of neurological diseases and chronic illness on cognitive functioning. She is a widely published expert in the field and she has made a significant contribution to the development of neuropsycholgy in Ireland. Her main research focuses are on neurological disorders and associated neurocognitive and behavioural problems and construct validity and psychometric properties of neuropsychological assessment tools.
|Category:||Public Lectures and Seminars: Arts Celtic Studies and Social Sciences|
|Time:||6pm - 7pm|
|Location:||Room g7/8, School of Applied Psychology, Enterprise Centre, North mall.|
|Target Audience:||All are welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free|