| Date|| Speaker|| Talk Title|
|6 September 2018
||Dr Alex Sumich - Nottingham Trent University
||Feeling less than half human: The role of microbiota and inflammation in self-judgement and empathy as psychological risk factors for depression.
|4 October 2018
||Professor Philip Corr - City University of London
||A Neuroscience of Approach, Avoidance and Conflict Personality Traits.
|31 October 2018
||Dr Dominic Ffytche - Kings College University
|| Visual hallucinations: cognition, clinic and consciousness.
|1 November 2018
||Mark Ware & Professor Hugo Critchley - University of Sussex (The Wavelength Project)
||The Wavelength Project: art science investigations into how we respond to the natural environment.
|29 November 2018
||Dr Olivier Collignon - University of Louvain, Belgium
||Crossmodal plasticity: Recycling the intrinsic functional and multisensory architecture of the brain.
|6 December 2018
||Dr Dido Green - Oxford Brookes University
||Brain and Behaviour – a multi-modal approach to understanding neural plasticity in childhood hemiplegia.
|7 February 2019
||Professor Ulrich Ettinger - University of Bonn, Germany
||Mechanisms and Modulation of Inhibitory Control.
|7 March 2019
||Professor Andy Field - University of Sussex
||Should researchers analyze their own data?
|4 April 2019
||Professor Essi Viding - University College London
||Individuals as co-creators of their own environments: Implications for understanding development and applying interventions.
|2 May 2019
||Dr Peter Klaver - Universty of Surrey
||Working memory in the hippocampus: perspectives on brain development.
|6 June 2019
||Professor Symeon Vlachopoulos - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
||Motivation for Physical Activity in Exercise Settings and Physical Education: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective.
|19 June 2019
||Professor Greg Anson - University of Aukland, New Zealand
||Changes in Brain Activity: Motor Imagery, Hypnotic Susceptibility and Motor Conversion Disorder.