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BPS Annual Conference at Brighton (3 -5 May)

last modified Jun 12, 2017 12:27 PM
Renate Fromson and Grace Huffer presented posters at the recent BPS Annual Conference at Brighton (3 -5 May). Renate received funding from Fitzwilliam to present at the BPS. Both are continuing their medical training at UCL and Cambridge.

The posters that were presented at the conference were:

  • A Prospective Study of Adolescent Suspiciousness and Depression in the UK. BPS Annual Conference, May 3-5th 2017, Brighton, UK.
  • Mistrustful Adolescents: Examining the relationship between social mistrust and anxiety in 13-16 year-olds. BPS Annual Conference, May 3-5th 2017, Brighton, UK.

'Attending the BPS Annual Conference in Brighton was a fantastic experience. Presenting my poster and discussing my findings with students and professionals from all walks of psychology was a really gratifying culmination to a year of hard work. It was also great to be able to attend various lectures and workshops and to be surrounded by so many interesting people. The highlight for me was definitely hearing Professor Martin Seligman, founding father of positive psychology, give his keynote address.' - Renate Fromson, Medical Student UCL

"The opportunity to present our part II posters at the British Psychological Society annual conference was a fantastic experience! It was great to be able to talk to people about my work and I had lots of interesting conversations with people! I also enjoyed being able to attend lots of talks, especially the key note address from Dr Seligman." - Grace Huffer, Medical Student Cambridge