We are please to be hosting 2 practical skills workshops in addition to the regular C2:AD Seminar series. Dr Richard Moore will be presenting two practical skills workshops to offer clinicians an interactive experience to learn and practice clinical skills. The Workshops: Friday 5th October 2018 – Formulation in Chronic Depression. Friday 16th November 2018 […]
Cambridge NIHR are running a series of free workshops on Patient and Public involvement for Researchers. Click here for more information.
Our very own Dr Tim Dalgleish had another moment in the spot light when he was invited along to speak with Claudia Hammond on BBC Radio 4’s All in the Mind series. Tim discussed his work on his recent NIHR funded RCT evaluating the modular transdiagnostic intervention for common mental health problems. To listen to the […]
There is more to compulsions than meets the eye Professor Christine Purdon, PhD., C. Psych. What do we really know about compulsions? Surprising little, because there have been almost no systematic studies of the phenomenology of compulsions. Interesting findings emerge when we ask people detailed questions about their compulsions as they are being performed. Using […]
MRC: Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Chaucer club will be facilitating a talk by Catherine Harmer (University of Oxford) on: “The cognitive neuroscience of antidepressant drug action” Date: Thursday 1st March. 3.30pm Venue: The Lecture Theatre at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, 15 Chaucer Rd, Cambridge, CB2 7EF. All are welcome […]
Join us on Friday 1st December for our C2:AD seminar with guest speaker Sarah Halligan from the University of Bath. Sarah will be discussing childhood trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder: the role of socio-contextual factors. For more information on Sarah’s work, please click here.
The Impact of Affective Context on Autobiographical Recollection in Depression. Across two studies we investigated the influence of contextual cues on autobiographical memory recall. In Study 1, participants (N = 37) with major depressive disorder, in episode or in varying degrees of remission, were administered a Negative Autobiographical Memory Task (NAMT) that required them to retrieve negatively valenced […]
More details and registration information to follow. Please direct any queries to Tim Dalgleish, Melissa Black and Cliodhna O Leary at firstname.lastname@example.org