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The Brain and Learning - 'Emotions, Aggression and Antisocial Behaviour’
Tue 21 March 2017, 16:45 – 18:00 GMT
Rush Hour Research
You're invited to join the Rush Hour Research series, intended to engage teachers with current research from the University of Birmingham. We extend a warm welcome to colleagues from across the City and look forward to sharing some inspiring intellectual input along with tea, cake and networking.
'Emotions, Aggression and Antisocial Behaviour’ - Dr Jack Rogers
16:30 Refreshments and networking
16:45 Talk and questions
We are pleased to welcome Dr Jack Rogers from the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham.
Following his Undergraduate degree Jack worked briefly at an inner-city school in Coventry teaching A-Level Psychology before pursuing a career in academia. He completed his PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge in 2011, following which he took up a research fellowship in Oxford investigating specific language impairment and stammering. He currently works in Birmingham conducting research into behavioural and neural abnormalities associated with the development and prognosis of antisocial behaviour in children and adolescents.
Free parking is available at the front and the back of the school (Car parks B and C) although as the start time is around the end of the school day, delegates are advised to use public transport where possible. There is also a carpark at Johnson House on the Bristol Road (Carpark A). A map of the carparks available around the school are below: