Grandison, G. Childhood trauma and suicidal behaviour: Exploring psychological mediators. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2070615
Childhood trauma is an oft cited risk factor for suicidal behaviour, however, the reasons behind this relationship are not well understood. This project aimed to u...
Chung, K. L. The dark triad: examining judgement accuracy, the role of vulnerability, and linguistic style in interpersonal perception. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1031400
The Dark Triad constructs – Machiavellianism, psychopathy, narcissism – are typically associated with socially aversive behaviours, including insensitivity and exploitation. D...
Drake, E. The involvement of the speech production system in prediction during comprehension. (Thesis). University of Edinburgh. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1186244
This thesis investigates the effects in speech production of prediction during speech comprehension. The topic is raised by recent theoretical models of speech comprehension, ...
Egan, C. D. Children’s gaze behaviour at real-world and simulated road crossings. (Thesis)
Children and older adults are overrepresented in pedestrian accidents (Department for Transport, 2010a, 2010b). Gaze behaviour is cited as a contributing factor in the majorit...
Neill, C. (2016, April). Lacan’s master-signifier revisited, or Mandela and repression. Paper presented at LACK Conference 2106, Colorado College
Murray, J., Shaw, M., & Willis, A. (2016, January). Demonstrating the links between psychology and biology: the practical use of Biopac in undergraduate psychology teaching. Paper presented at The Teaching Fellows' Conference: innovations in teaching and supporting student learning, Edinburgh Napier University
For those unfamiliar with psychology, there is often a perception that it is a subject that is all about the mind and ‘talking therapies. However, since the 1930s this has not...
Neill, C. (2015, October). ‘Not to Naught: Paul Celan and the necessary failure of the ever coming word’. Presented at Memory and Counter-Memory, Psychoanalysis and Politics Symposium on the 70th Anniversary of the Holocaust, Institute of Psychoanalysis, London
Murray, J., Todoran, A., Williams, B., & Hoskins, G. (2015, September). Developing a theory-informed interactive animation to increase physical activity among young people with asthma
The current paper describes the development of a theory-informed interactive animation and which aims to increase levels of physical activity in young people with asthma. The ...
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
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. (2011, November). ‘Imagining meaning: a Lacanian introduction to discourse analysis’. Presented at Open University Social Sciences Seminar, Open University, Milton Keynes
Neill, C. (2011, July). What would have been: nostalgia, fantasy and the past of the future. Paper presented at 3rd Annual Conference of the Apartheid Archive Project, Narratives, Nostalgia and Nationhood, Witswatersrand University, Johannesburg
Neill, C. (2011, June). Echo’s response: on identification and the necessary limitations of discursive research. Paper presented at The International Society for Theoretical Psychology Conference, Doing Psychology Under New Conditions, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece