Psychology Research Day 2016 | 2 March 2016

Organisers

Programme

  • An opportunity to meet and learn about libraries, archives, digital resources, and research methods.
  • A one-day programme ideal for postgraduate students and early career researchers.
  • An open psychology fair with information and advice about using psychology collections
  • One-on-one clinics in practical research skills and getting published
  • Introductory sessions on training and research skills in libraries, archives and digital resources

Registration

  • The event is free to attend. Please register through our Eventbrite page.
  • The full programme will be announced soon.

Participants

  • BPS Research Board
  • History of Psychology Centre
  • BPS Conferences
  • BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section
  • BPS Sections (research networks)
  • Wellcome Library
  • Wiley
  • Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group
  • Birkbeck Library
  • LSE Library
  • The Tavistock and Portman Library
  • UCL Library
  • Anna Freud Centre Library
  • British Library
  • Senate House Library
  • Goldsmiths College Library
  • Institute of Group Analysis Library
  • WPF Therapy Library
  • Roehampton University Library
  • Middlesex University Library

Clinics

  • Qualitative Research Methods – held by a representative of the BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section
  • Peer-to-peer advice – held by a representative of PsyPAG
  • Building a Bibliography
  • Systematic Literature Reviews
  • Improving Online Research Skills

Panels

  • Getting Published
  • Using Research Libraries
  • Research with Digital Resources

Venue

Beveridge Hall, Senate House
Wiley, publishers of BPS journals, have generously agreed to sponsor refreshments and lunch.

Date

2 March 2016

 

Contact

Mura Ghosh: mura.ghosh@london.ac.uk