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Days after tomorrow - A Psychology of Brexit

Thursday 28th March 2019 at MediaCityUK, Salford

Brexit was always about control - but how much has been reality or illusion and what does it mean for us whatever happens? This seminar explores the psychology of Brexit, how it has unleashed powerful emotions and why politicians don't seem in control of it after all. A little like Tolkien's ring, has Brexit become too hot to handle, and is uncertainty its likely legacy? As citizens, it is important to consider what we can do to exercise control in planning for our futures and this session is designed to raise issues for the politicians we don't always recognise - all of us!

Who is the course intended for?

The course is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students. The event is open to both BPS members and Non-Members.

Please note, this event is credit/debit card payment only at the time of booking. If you need an invoice, please submit your booking form and contact us.

Registration fees can be found on the booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224507.

Agenda

Friday 8th February 2019

Please note, all speakers, timings and content are subject to change.

17:00Registration
17:15Event Starts
20:00Event Close

Speakers and Facilitators

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Dr Ashley Weinberg

Speaker
Dr Ashley Weinberg is a Chartered Psychologist, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Salford and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has over 20 years experience in lecturing, research and consultancy, having produced four books on well-being at work and the functioning of national politicians. He also specialises in interactive workshops with audiences as diverse as psychiatrists, community health trainers, students and dentists applying psychological theories to real-world situations. From 2000-2006, Ashley led the establishment of the Psychology department at the University of Salford, where he continues to be based. He is a media contact for the British Psychological Society and has contributed to broadcasts in the United Kingdom, USA, Australia and France.

Recently Ashley has been appointed the Chair of the new Political Psychology section.

Venue

Room 3.11, MediaCityUK

University of Salford, Salford Quays, M50 2HE •  Directions

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