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British Psychological Society – Research Seminar Series 2015


British Psychological Society: Research Seminar Series
The ‘always on culture’ across the life span, implications for well-being, boundary management and work outcomes

Join us for a series of three seminars exploring this important area of research.  Each seminar will include keynote speakers and debate relevant issues. We are looking for researchers, practitioners, and anyone interested in the topic to join us for these very interactive days.  You can attend all three seminars or just one or two. To find out more about the programme and the other seminars see our blog at: or contact

Seminar One: How can psychological theory inform ‘healthy’ working practices?

Keynote speakers:
Professor Mark Griffiths, University of Nottingham: Online behavioural excess and addiction: How much is too much?
Dr Angie Page, University of Bristol: The relationship between screen viewing and health in children
Dr Cristina Quinones, Open University: Compulsive Internet Use in Working Age Population
Dr Anna Cox, University College London: Working 9 to 5? Email Practices and Work-Home Boundary Management
Dr Christine Grant, Coventry University: Competencies for the resilient e-worker?
When: 27th March, 2015 at 11am-4pm
Where: Open University, Milton Keynes
Booking: There is no charge for this event, but places are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis. So if you are interested in this exciting topic, book your place now to avoid disappointment using the link below: