Speakers at the
Keith Nicholson entertained us with a brief history guide to
the School since he had been in post since 1995 and the changes
both good and not so good that had taken place.
Dr Peter Malinowski from John Moores on Electroencephalography
in Psychology from set up to data analysis and the types of EEG
Dr Stephen Fairclough from John Moores presented Physiological
Neil Carter Swansea College University on High Performance Computing
(HPC) and how speed really does matter sometimes, and the different
developments in HPC that are taking place.
Peter Beaman from Loughborough University who presented Coaching
in the Workplace and its effect with coaching students to perform
with more efficiency.
Also, a discussion chaired by Peter Beaman took place looking
at Technician’s role in HE Psychology Departments and especially
issues relating to career progression, updating skills and attending
training and professional development courses.
Dr Anna Law from John Moores talked about the strengths of using
E-prime in her research work.
John Robinson Chairman from the Institute of Science and Technology
(IST) gave an overview of the organisation and how it could help
ATSiP members with areas of training, CPD and recognition.