On Thursday 19th May 2016 we hosted the North West timing meeting. We hosted researchers from Liverpool, Manchester, Liverpool and Keele. Thank you to everyone who turned up to make it such a great meeting. A very productive discussion and presentation was followed by an excellent curry and pub session. Attendees included members of our our lab, plus Dr Ruth Ogden from Liverpool John Moores University, Professor John Wearden from Keele University, Dr Michelle Philips from the Royal Northern College of Music and postdoctoral researchers from the north west including from the philosophy department here at the University of Manchester. Some of our research interests overlap with those of the philosophy department, and we have a joint meeting coming up in the philosophy department next month...more details to follow.
our phd student Emily Williams featured on the Young Persons' university of Manchester blog
Emily recently featured on the Young Persons University of Manchester Blog, explaining about her research and time perception in general. You can read the blog here.
The Young Persons University of Manchester is a widening participation project to reach out to teachers and students in the community. The website allows school pupils, college students, parents and teachers to discover more about studying various subjects at university, read about the type of research that goes on here, and learn about key concepts within particular subject areas.
Who We are
The Time Perception lab is located in the University of Manchester. For more details see our 'About' page.