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insight4me Psychology: Approaches To Research Design With Dr Fuschia Sirois From The University of Sheffield

March 25 @ 11:00 - 12:00

 

 

 

Now that schools are closed due to COVID-19, we are delighted to be able to offer this session as our first Channel Talent At Home event. The session will be run on facebook live so students can access it from home with the ability to ask questions via the comments/chat.

We are also looking to have a small live audience connected in from home using their laptop microphones to ask questions and have the chance to engage directly with the speaker. If you are a sixth form student and would like to be part of this live audience, please send us a message via the contact form on this page.

For details for students and teachers to join the session on facebook live, please click here:

facebook live – Approaches to Research Design 

 

About the Event

The overall theme of this At Home event for sixth formers is Approaches to Research Design making links to A Level, and equivalent, curricula, whilst providing an insight into the teaching and learning experience at university.

Presented by Dr Fuschia Sirois, the title of this session is: Is procrastination bad for your health?

Procrastination is a common problem that is seemingly harmless – or is it? A growing evidence base suggests that putting off important tasks, like writing that term paper or going to the gym, may have some very unhealthy consequences. This talk will critically review the scientific evidence on the potential health consequences of procrastination and the various research methods that have been used to suggest a link between procrastination and health-related outcomes.

 

Suitable for: Year 12 and 13 students studying, or with a possible interest in studying, Psychology and related disciplines.

Lecturer Profile (Please Click): Dr Fuschia Sirois

Preparation/Pre-Reading: Students may wish to consider the 3 topics and discuss some of the key elements in advance. Students can also think about questions they have about studying Psychology at university level.

Taking Part: This is free for students and teachers from schools and colleges.

For details for students and teachers to join the session on facebook live, please click here:

facebook live – Approaches to Research Design 

Important: We are also looking to have a small live audience connected in from home using their laptop microphones to ask questions and have the chance to engage directly with the speaker. If you are a sixth form student and would like to be part of this live audience, please send us a message via the contact form on this page.

 

Details

Date:
March 25
Time:
11:00 - 12:00
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