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Association of European Qualitative researchers in Psychology (EQuiP) Symposium

Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen)

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 from 13:00 to 14:30 (GMT)

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Association of European Qualitative researchers in Psychology(EQuiP) 

This symposium features speakers from different European countries presenting on diverse qualitative research projects. All speakers are members of the newly formed Association of European Qualitative researchers in Psychology(EQuiP) and are at the forefront of qualitative research in their respective countries. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Feel free to bring your lunch. There are 4 speakers as follows:


13.00-13.15- Eleftheria Tseliou, University of Thessaly (Greece)

The contribution of discursive research methodologies to systemic / constructionist psychotherapy process research

In this presentation I will share my ideas concerning the potential of discursive psychology and conversation analysis for systemic / constructionist psychotherapy process research. By drawing from past and ongoing research projects, I will argue that such methodologies facilitate a ‘participant oriented’, contextual and interactional understanding of change in process, favoured by systemic / constructionist therapies.  


13.15-13.30 Carolin Demuth, Aalborg University (Denmark)

Cultural developmental discursive psychology – some examples from my present research

I am going to briefly give an overview of my work and show examples from two current projects: 1) preschool teacher-child interactions in New Delhi, 2) Speech training sessions with an autistic child in Denmark. I work with video recordings and draw on multimodal interaction analysis (Goodwin) that is informed by Discursive Psychology (the Loughborough version).


13.30-13.45 Marco Gemignani (Universidad Loyola Andalucía, Seville, Spain)

Focus groups with refugee caretakers as performative practices to construct knowledge and promote critical thinking.

 In our study, focus groups with social operators in the field of refugee care in Italy explored the reciprocal perceptions and intra-actions of social actors in their ongoing construction of relational identities. Similar to cartographies, the groups did not simply depict experiences and interpretations of the profession and its issues (notably, burnout), but also contributed to create a collaborative process that allowed for critical reflections on the territory and its very representations. In other words, the mapping exercise was simultaneously performing and performative. In addition, against viewing the participants as informants and the data as belonging to the individuals, the participants’ identities were inter-sectionally embedded in cultural, political, and situated contexts and constructions. Reflecting on these dimensions of knowledge was instrumental to allow critical and empowering tellings of the participants’ narratives and identities.

13.45-14.00 Nollaig Frost, University College Cork

Five things to do with Qualitative Methods

This short presentation aims to illustrate the range, value and application of qualitative methods in developing new knowledge in psychology and professional practice. Examples I will draw on include living with chronic pain in medically unexplained conditions, help-seeking  for mental health concerns by adolescents in Ireland, accessing and using secondary data for teaching and research, and analysing unused data to better understand the impact of trauma over the lifespan. 


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Leeds Beckett University
Broadcasting Place 101
Woodhouse Lane
LS2 9PD Leeds
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 from 13:00 to 14:30 (GMT)

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Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen)

The Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen) is devoted to achieving the objectives and meeting the research needs that are specific to the REF2021-Unit 4 submission (Psychology, Psychiatry, Neuroscience). This is in line with the current university strategy to shape the School of Social Sciences' research activities guided by the larger framework of the REF strategy in terms of output, infrastructure, environment and impact.

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