Dr Stuart Derbyshire
associate professor in psychology at the National University of Singapore and the Clinical Imaging Research Centre
Stuart’s main interest is neuroimaging and pain but his interests extend through a wide range of topics including fetal pain, mobile phones, shopping, evolutionary psychology and the brain. Stuart has authored over 100 research papers, book chapters, articles and commentaries. His work has been quoted extensively in the international print media and he has appeared several times on radio and television. He is also regularly consulted for his expertise and has submitted evidence for the UK DOH and the Commons Science and Technology Committee and has spoken before the Virginia Senate in the US and consulted for the New York Civil Liberties Association.
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Sunday 29 October, 10:00 Garden Room
Does epigenetics justify ‘early intervention’?
Sunday 29 October, 16:00 Garden Room
From gender to empathy: what can evolutionary psychology tell us?