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Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology
Skelton, F. (2018). Now conferencing but hardy and rewarding public engagement: Unplugged at the Fringe with the Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas. Cognitive Psychology Bulletin,
No abstract available.
Item is conference review.
Huxham, M. (2005). Extended induction tutorials for ‘at risk’ students. Ulster: The STAR (Student Transition and Retention) Project
Biology students at risk are identified through the completion of a
diagnostic test, which is based on the characteristics of early leavers.
Those students identified as bei...
Graham, H., Raeside, R., & Maclean, G. (2018). Understanding the status of underrepresented groups in the Information and Communication Technologies. Edinburgh: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
This report presents the findings of a research project commissioned by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to explore the barriers facing under-rep...
Scottish Funding Council
The project will produce recommendations for the application of gamification to the training product, informed by the company context, with a design led by the latest academic research in gamification...
Edinburgh Innovations Ltd
The textile industry is based largely on the use of cotton, leather and oil derived polymers and these industries are resource intensive and not sustainable. For example, cotton production requires va...
Senior Lecturer, Teaching Fellow
Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory
Tajsiak, A. Reduced credibility of non-native speakers: accent and processing fluency in the perception of native and foreign-accented speech. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/463344
Reduced credibility of non-native speakers: accent and processing fluency in the perception of native and foreign-accented speech.
Harris, P. J. (2016). The relationship between stress and retention within science undergraduates, their use of support and the potential remedial effect of stress education. (Thesis)
Students experience stress due to many factors including educational unpreparedness, financial strain and the inability to integrate socially. This mixed methods study aimed t...
Hounsell, D., Falchikov, N., Hounsell, J., Klampfleitner, M., Huxham, M., Thomson, K., & Blair, S. (2006). Innovative assessment across the disciplines An analytical review of the literature. York: The Higher Education Academy
In universities, where the choice of methods of assessment is devolved, such methods can differ by subject area, by course and by institution. Yet while devolution offers scop...
Garden, C., & Ennis, L. (2018, January). Constructing Active Learning Experiences. Presented at ALIEN (Active Learning In Edinburgh Napier) Staff Conference, Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus
There are many methods for stimulating Active Learning in the Higher Education classroom. Active Learning occurs when higher-order thinking is invoked during learning events, ...
Neill, C. (2015, May). ‘Ethics, discourse, experience’. Presented at Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland, Dublin
Neill, C. (2015, March). Through a glass darkly: the fantasmatic figure of the immigrant. Paper presented at Psychoanalysis and Politics Spring Symposium, Migration, Exile and Polyphonic Spaces, Spanish Psychoanalytic Society, Barcelona
Malone, E., & MacNab, A. (2015, January). Can we enable students to reach their potential through engaging with feedback – a feedback pathway?. Presented at The Teaching Fellows Conference, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh
In response to our experience and supporting evidence  that students may not engage with, understand or use their feedback, we have created and introduced a ’feedback pathw...
Neill, C. (2014, January). ‘O Cursed Spite: On Ethics and Time’. Paper presented at Symposium Depsychologizing / Deneurologizing Modern Subjectivity, Ghent
Neill, C. (2012, December). ‘On imaginary identification and the possibility of meaning’. Presented at Psychosocial Studies Seminar, Birkbeck College, London
Neill, C. (2012, May). '‘The logic of fantasy’: comments on Lacan’s seminar XIV’. Presented at Cardiff University Inter-disciplinary Psychosocial Seminar Series, Symposium on the Unconscious., Cardiff University
Neill, C. (2012, February). ‘Sarah Lucas and the photographic gaze’. Presented at Stills Gallery, Theory of the Image, Stills Gallery
Neill, C. (2011, November). ‘Imagining meaning: a Lacanian introduction to discourse analysis’. Presented at Open University Social Sciences Seminar, Open University, Milton Keynes
Dr Calum Neill will co-host an international conference at Ghent University on the 21st and 22nd of September to launch his new co-edited book, Reading Lacan's Ecrits: From 'Signification of the Phall...
4 September 2018