Hosted by the Department of Psychology, the Research Seminar Series is open to staff, students and members of the public. Events are free and there is no need to book.
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"The internet has enabled the exchange of graphic, sexual images and increased the potential for harassing and unwanted sexual interactions There is a fundamental lack of empirical research conducted on the motives for sending self taken sexual images a common form of online sexual harassment when such images are unsolicited The incentives for this behaviour are unknown, as well as the prevalence of the behaviour in general We created a predictive model for the sending of unsolicited nude images for both men and women, and in relation to dark triad personality traits Our results suggest that, for men, this behaviour is predicted by psychopathy, self rated mate value, and an accepting attitude towards sending nudes, whereas in women it is predicted by narcissism and a liberal attitude towards sending nudes We conclude that female senders can be characterised as sex positive individuals, and that male senders may have darker intentions and motives This has implications for how this behaviour is viewed in both legal and sexual health contexts"
On Friday 25 March 2022 1-2pm.
Dr. Darren Rhodes - Dynamic Bayesian Models of Time Perception
Jude Smit - What can we learn from Further and Higher Education students’ lived experiences of attempted suicide?
Dr Elizabeth Race - Music and memory: Musical rhythm orchestrates brain activity and influences memory encoding.
Dr Rob King - Running Amok? Spree Killers Viewed through an Evolutionary Lens
Dr Diana Setiyawati on depression and Islam: Understanding the concept, prevention, and treatments