A restricted discussion list for providers of drug and/or alcohol misuse courses, mainly within the HE and FE sector.
SICSA Affective Computing workshop to be held at Abertay early next year (date to be announced)
Establishing and constructing an alternative heuristics for the study of the human subject and existence as whole, unique and dynamic, self-constructing totalities
This list allows academics and clinicians to share methods and ideas relating to outcome measurement and evaluation for individual cases. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to evaluation are wecomed. Subscribers are encouraged to share ideas for practice and post questions which they would value feedback / discussion.
Ubiquitous computing leads to a convergence between architectural design and HCI. HCI - Human-computer interaction research studies human behavior/cognitive events. HCI research methods are valuable for designing buildings that meet users needs. Architects skills are vital for designing interactive technologies in buildings.
This list is for discussion of issues and dissemination of information in relation to the promotion of cross disciplinary perspectives on understanding 'antisocial personality disorder' (and related diagnoses and categories.
This is a discussion list for anyone involved in attitudes research whether it is methodological, theoretical or applied.
This list is used to communicate with all members of the Applied Vision Association
BACP Workplace Managers jiscmail provides a forum for divisional members who are managers of workplace counselling services to discuss issues with colleagues, share information, advertise relevant events and share good practice.
BACP Workplace Members JiscMail provides a forum for divisional members to discuss issues with colleagues and share information.
This list aims to foster contact & collaboration between psychologists in the UK & those in Central & Eastern Europe. The group also welcomes people working in related areas.
The list aims to circulate information on seminars, events and opportunities among behavioural and experimental researchers in the (broadly defined) London area. It also aims to promote the organisation of joint events to share ideas and build collaborative networks in the area of behavioural and experimental social sciences.
A mailing list for anyone interested in the links between reading fiction and non-fiction and health. Bibliotherapy, including Books on Prescription, reading groups, self-help etc.
This list is used to facilitate discussion and announce initiatives relating to the use of biological inspiration in the development of information fusion systems. This includes the discussion of biological, psychological and computational perspectives on multi-sensory processing.
Used by researchers and teachers using BNIM to explore questions of method and support each other's work.
The aim of this group is to encourage the advancement of research and theory around bisexuality including networking, collaborative research and sharing resources.
A community set up to discuss the relationship between Buddhist ideas and the delivery of Mental Health Care- for anyone with an interest in exploring the impact Buddhist thought and practice can have on our experience as professionals and or as users of the system.
This is a dedicated mailing list for CAMHS professionals to enable them to discuss issues, exchange information, gain and provide support to peers, problem solve etc in order to develop culturally competent CAMHS services.
This list connects up researchers and practitioners in order to explore the conceptual development and empirical evidence for using Eye Movement Desensitization with Children and Adolescents
The list comprises academics mainly UK from various disciplines with interests in research and teaching on hazardous child labour and health. This list has been retained - 25/11/13. The archives have been locked for viewing only. No new messages may be posted and the list will not accept new subscribers
cii Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of its events, projects and publications. The Group will also allow members to post relevant information to the list.
The cog-sci-rel-l mailing list serves the interdisciplinary community of scholars researching the cognitive science of religion.
This list has been retained - 13/05/14. The list is not accepting new subscribers and existing subscribers are no longer able to post messages to the list. For discussion of all aspects of cognitive mapping: how we acquire, learn, develop, think about & store data relating to environments. Research areas include orientation & navigation aids for the visually impaired, in-vehicle route guidance and navigation systems, travel behaviour, the use of cognitive mapping in criminal investigations, education & cartographic issues.
The COGNIT mailing list is used for the discussion and distribution of information to researchers interested in inter-disciplinary research in the areas of Cognitive Science and Information Technology.
This list is to support the discussion of the organisation of future conferences in Europe on research in Cognitive Science, and their relationship to the (primarily American) Cognitive Science Society. This list has been retained 14/08/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
Welcome to the Community Health Workers' Internet Forum, an online group for Health Visitors, District Nurses and Support Nurses with an interest or involvement in the practice, research, development or theory of Community Health.
The Community Psychology Discussion List is used for discussion and dissemination between UK based community psychologists.
Discussion group for psychologists associated with the clinical work and research of the Conatus child psychology practice; opportunities for members to exchange ideas, expertise and opinion concerning current topics in child psychology
A list for the discussion and contributions to field of counselling, therapy and research within HE in UK.
Cognitive Psychology UK is a list created to bring together people interested in cognition research. The list will post details of conferences, jobs available, test and experiment resources and allow members to raise and discuss their individual interests.
Creative management concerns creative approaches to management, attempts to transform organisations round care and commitment, work on perception, style, values, personal development, tacit knowledge,intuition,informal networking, participative management, minimal management and self-organisation. This list has been retained 30/07/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
This list will promote the discussion and network of academics in the UK who are currently working on the evaluation of crime reduction and disorder projects.
This list is for practitioners and academics wishing to build networks and discuss current criminal justice issues. Also a way for CCJS to announce current activities of interest to the members.
This list is intended as a support and information network for postgradate criminologists.
This list is for anyone interested in critical approaches, in theory and practice, to community psychology
Information and discussion forum for issues involving critical thinking. Topics encouraged include critical thinking - models, constructs, development and measurement.
For attendees of the interdisciplinary seminar series, with critical interest in the construction and management of gender sexuality in the medical, discursive and cultural spheres.
RESEARCHING HOW EUROPEAN INTEGRATION SHAPES THE WAY WE LIVE The Centre for Research on the European Matrix (CRonEM) is a new multidisciplinary research centre housed in the School of Politics at the University of Surrey. At CRonEM, we research European integration as a matrix of overlapping layers of governance, institutions and processes that shape how people of this continent live their lives and are governed, as well as how Europe engages the rest of the world. Our Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of our events and will also allow members to exchange information with each other. CRONEM was previously known as the Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism. A legacy page which hosts information about CRONEMs previous work and events (2004-12) will be available soon at www.surrey.ac.uk/cronem Please see below an archive of previous postings (September 2005 - August 2012).
This listserv is for discussions relating to the work undertaken by the Chester Research Unit for the Psychology of Health and its collaborators.
This list is used by academics and other interested individuals involved in the study of dark / thanatourism.
This list will provide relevant announcements to all postgraduates and Stage two trainees within Scotland. This will include jobs and funding opportunities as well as relevant training days and conferences. The list can also be used by Health Psychology postgraduates and trainees to network and ask others in the Health Psychology community in Scotland for advice. This list is run by the postgraduate representatives from the Division of Health Psychology-Scotland committee.
This list is to support communication between Directors of Teaching and Learning in HE Psychology departments. This list has been retained 10/06/15. No one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries regarding this list
Drama Theory generalises game theory by applying the metaphor of drama to human interaction. Analysis focuses on how characters frame, resolve and are transformed by interactions. It embraces irrationality and emotions. Applications in peace studies, politics, psychology, economics and HCI.
The Disability Research Centre (DRC) promotes and conducts high quality interdisciplinary research about disability in society. The mission of the DRC is to highlight both the ordinariness and the relative invisibility of disability by (i) Seeking to understand different dimensions of the social and cultural (re) production of disability in society; (ii) Producing creative, academic and embodied knowledges exposing the often unequal treatment of disabled people; (iii). Engaging in both scholarly and practical research that renders the lives of disabled people, and the knowledges underpinning them, visible and vital; (iv). Providing a resource, and focal point, for disabled people of all ages to engage with (in) academic environments; and, (v). Developing positive, constructive, constructions of disabled peopleâ& 128;s identities.
Through this list members of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Special Interest Group on Writing (EARLI SIG Writing), and interested others, can receive news and announcements regarding the group's activities. The list does not allow open discussion.
This is a platform of support for early career researchers (current students & recent graduates) in human factors & ergonomics to share experiences, research and knowledge.
The Eating Disorders Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Interests include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, atypical eating disorders
This mailing list provides a discussion forum for researchers interested in the development of executive functions and cognitive control during childhood and adolescence.
Embodiment is the bodily aspect of subjectivity. It underpins emotion, language, thought and social interaction.
A forum for EMDR practitioners to share research ideas, clinical issues and knowledge sharing.
Discussion and notices list for the British Psychological Society Engineering Psychology Special Interest Group. All aspects of human factors and ergonomics research covered. Also for notices of meetings and enquiries.
Environmental-Labour-Research@jiscmail.ac.uk is a multidisciplinary mailing list for researchers who are interested in the relationship between labour, trade unions, production, sustainable development and globalisation/North-South relations.
The EnvPsy mailing list is for all those interested in environment-behaviour relations. It is the listserv of IAPS. The list will be of interests to psychologists, geographers, planners, architects, sociologists and all other disciplines which have an interest in people-environment transactions.
The European Research Group on Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EPAM) has been founded in 2012 as a Research Group. The founding members are faculties and researchers from all over Europe interested in political attitudes modeling and simulation. Political Attitudes represent a complex issue of research not only for political and social scientists, but also for computer scientists, historians of political culture and religion. EPAM Research Group is trying to aggregate both Eastern and Western European experts in an interdisciplinary research framework focused on the analysis and prediction of political attitudes. This interdisciplinary research framework includes a peer-review journal and annual workshop and conference. The EPAM Research Group organizes the annual International Workshop on the Simulation of Political Attitudes and Mentalities, SIMPAM, the annual European Conference on Political Attitudes and Mentalities, ECPAM. EPAM has created an online peer-review research journal, European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities, EQPAM.
EPNET: The Educational Psychology List - A forum for the exchange of ideas and information among University research/teaching staff working in the field of Educational Psychology and Educational Psychologists throughout the UK and elsewhere
This list has been set up to promote discussion amongst practitioners and researchers in the field of ergonomics and human factors.
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This list was created by a group of researchers with a particular interest in ethnicity, culture and religion and the ways they impact upon people's experiences of reproduction; especially involuntary childlessness. It is an open forum for the exchange of ideas relating to all aspects of ethnicity, infertility and reproduction.
The event marketing list enables academics and selected practitioners to discuss current research and issues in this growing field of marketing. Encompasses experiential marketing activities and all forms of promotional events. Areas of interest are: design and creativity; event marketing and IMC; effectiveness evaluation etc.
To provide an interdisciplinary, supportive and easily accessible network for individuals actively involved/interested in the study of 'extraordinary' experiences (such as religious, spiritual, 'anomalous' experiences, etc.).
This list is intended for scientists and clinicians interested in all aspects of eye movement studies. The list is intended to host general discussions, conference and meeting information, discussion of methods, models, apparatus etc.
This list deals with the devlopement of computational tools for use in eye movement research.
To discuss the issues around the fear of crime - one of the fastest growing areas of academic and policy-related criminological research. Research has been undertaken across the world and it is expected that this list will reflect this. Key words: fear, crime, criminology, crime policy.
This list will serve a growing community of researchers using GABA MRS, both those seeking to improve the methods and those applying them to studies of normal brain function and disease.
This list provides a forum for anyone engaged in matters relating to graduate employment and employability. It intends to promote high-level debate on these issues, particularly to challenge much of the current, intellectually questionable orthodoxy.
email@example.com is an online forum for members of the Institute of Group Analysis.
This discussion list supporting research and collaboration around the areas of happiness and wellbeing for the members for the British Sociological Association Happiness Study Group
Academia and Industry discussion forum for researchers interested in Human-Data Interaction
The network aims to improve collaboration between postgraduates. The network can be used as a forum for discussions, advice and ideas and practical advice on methodologies. The network can also be used to information on relevant conferences and updates on developments in health psychology.
The list is used to inform Stage 2 trainee health psychs of issues related to their training
The Higher Education Race Action Group (HERAG) aims to support institutions and equality practitioners in advancing race equality and changing the culture of the higher education #sector. HERAG meets three times a year and anyone with an interest in race equality is welcome to come along to the meetings.
This aim of this forum is to facilitate the discussion of research in Health and Exercise Sciences. Membership will be given to active researchers working in the health and exercise area. The majority of members will be from universities, though membership will be extended to researchers working in industrial settings. Email postings should either be informative (details of conferences, new posts etc.) or provide discussion (including paper reviews). This list has been retained 22/07/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
This network is designed to facilitate communication and collaboration amongst the members of the IAPS organisation who are interested in matters of place, place attachment and place identity.
The list supports the IAPS Sustainability network and aims to bring together IAPS scientists with an interest in sustainability issues.
This list is used by the IAREP Hon Sec, President and Hon Treasurer to communicate with members about matters concerning the formal processes of IAREP such as election of officers, and academic events such as the annual colloquium. Members similalrly use the list to communicate with each other, on matters such as academic vacancies or studentships etc.
This list exists for behavioural and social scientists actively committed to high quality academic research in the field of intellectual disability.
IDANET (Individual Differences and Assessment Network is a JISCMAIL administered listserv network for students, academic researchers and professionals involved in thedefinition, theory, and measurement of individual differences. The net members are drawn from the areas of experimental, clinical, and educational research, encompassing fields as diverse as psychophysiological assessment, psychometrics, personality theory and measurement, and cognitive ability. The range of specialisations encompassed within individual differences research provides for a rather wider content area than most other listservs. However, that is why individual differences research remains so interesting and challenging. Idanet is a fairly "quiet" listserv in that mainly information is imparted by its members through the emails, although it does spring into some lively debates every now and then! Quality, not quantity is the motto!
This is the distribution list for the IOP (Institute of Psychiatry) Journal Club, held weekly in term time at the Institute of Psychiatry, London SE5 8AF
iPED Higher Education Research Network discussion list
Discussion of student counselling within Kent and nationally
The list is to circulate organisational and logistical information to the members of the London Behavioural & Experimental Group (LBEG) about the initiatives of the group.
LGBT Health Research UK is a multidisciplinary group that aims to; promote equality in health and wellbeing for LGBT populations, promote equity in treatment & care services, and to influence wider public policy on LGBT health by; encouraging, facilitating and conducting research, and by developing and disseminating good practice in education & training of health and social care practitioners.
Promotion of education, research and effective professional practice in consultation-liaison psychiatry and related fields, including psychosomatics and health psychology.
The Liaison-Psychiatry-TNC is meant for anyone with a GMC registration up to the level of new consultant (less than 5 years in post) for dissemination of information on training, clinical/academics, meetings/conferences, jobs and relevant policy issues in the UK.
Techniques for detecting lies and visual clues of deception. Experimental psychology, artificial intelligence and NLP. Tracking limb and eye movements. This list has been retained 04/08/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
News, queries and discussion of information resources for Psychology.
MAIDD (Mindfulness Acceptance and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) exists to create communities of researchers and academic practitioners interested in the application of mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to support individuals with ID and/or autism and families and carers.
Sharing thoughts and information about the significance of mature learners in education and their roles in society.
A group of professionals involved in providing, supervising and researching Mentalization Based Therapy for Eating Disorders
This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions in the East Midlands Region. It complements, and feeds in to, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy.
This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions in the West Midlands Region. It complements, and feeds into, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy Sub-List of MHHE
For the discussion of mechanisms of mind both natural and artificial. No notices for symposia etc., nor postings of religious nature. Even some apparently relevant topics such as free will are discouraged for the good of the list's prosperity, yet related topics eg evolution ok.
This is the mailing list of the Moral Panic Research Network. The purpose of the Network is to bring together: scholars from a variety of disciplines who share an interest in moral panics; media practitioners, including journalists; and anyone else with an interest in moral panics. #The network is intended to be as open as possible, in order to stimulate discussion from a variety of perspectives; anyone who is interested in moral panics is very welcome to join the network.
The principal aim of the Network (funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council) is to enable cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue on the study of motherhood, exploring what representations and narratives of motherhood in contemporary women-authored European literatures can contribute to different disciplines.
This mailing list serves to connect practitioners, social researchers, academics and students working in the fields of multiculturalism, cultural equality and intercultural relations. It aims to plan and discuss knowledge exchange events which will promote more engaged social research that it valuable in local communities.
This list is managed by the Institute of Musical Research as a discussion forum for researchers working at the shared boundaries of science and music.
National Centre for the Study and Prevention of Violence and Abuse information and newsletter.
This list is for the use of anyone working in primatology who is based in the north of England. It can be used to ask for help, disseminate information about meetings and inform people about interesting research developments.
Building the research community to establish pathways and protocols for referral, rehabilitation and transitions between rehabilitation and palliative care, for brain cancer patients
This list is to provide NLP ideas and working practices in learning, teaching and management
This list is used by the Non-religion and Secularity Research Network (NSRN) to make announcements regarding the academic study of non-religion and secularity. The NSRN-DISCUSS list is available for enquiries and discussion.
This list is used by the Non-religion and Secularity Research Network NSRN to make enquiries and hold discussion related to study of non-religion and secularity. The NSRN-ANNOUNCE list is available for more formal announcements.
This discussion list is for researchers and practitioners with an interest in substance misuse amongst older adults.
This list is intended for project members of the ESRC Outdoors and Health Network to discuss topics relating to their work. Others interested in the relationship between green space, use of the outdoors, and health can request to join the list.
Mailing list for narrative therapists who met in Adelaide in 2000
Discussion between psychologists interested in clinical work and research in paediatric oncology.
List designed to serve as a forum for clinical psychologisty, neuro-psychologists and other psycho-social staff working in paediatric oncology to design research and intervention projects and to work collaboratively across centres. The list will also serve as a communication point to disseminate service development and related service issues. The list will ensure communication and the pooling of resources for all psycho-social staff working with children and adolescents who have cancer and with their families.
In 2009 the NCRM funded NatCen to set up a Network for Methodological Innovation on the Use of Survey Paradata in UK Social Surveys. This network aims to: (1) promote the opportunities and benefits of using paradata for survey design, survey management, survey evaluation and methodological research; (2) identify the potential for improving the cost-efficiency and quality of survey data collection using paradata; (3) stimulate debate about the challenges of using survey paradata; (4)encourage research using survey paradata. What Paradata is: Couper (1998) is accredited with introducing the term paradata to the field of survey methodology. It refers to data on the process of collecting data such as number of calls before contact was made, keystroke data, length of interview, cost data, interviewer characteristics, response rates. <HTML> In 2009 the NCRM funded NatCen to set up a Network for Methodological Innovation on the Use of Survey Paradata in UK Social Surveys. This network aims to:<br> (1) promote the opportunities and benefits of using paradata for survey design, survey management, survey evaluation and methodological research;<br> (2) identify the potential for improving the cost-efficiency and quality of survey data collection using paradata;<br> (3) stimulate debate about the challenges of using survey paradata;<br> (4)encourage research using survey paradata.<br> <br> What Paradata is:<br> Couper (1998) is accredited with introducing the term paradata to the field of survey methodology. It refers to data on the process of collecting data such as number of calls before contact was made, keystroke data, length of interview, cost data, interviewer characteristics, response rates. </HTML>
List for announcements and discussion of the emerging field of adolescent-to-parent abuse - for researchers, practitioners and policymakers
This list offers both a forum for the discussion of Personal Construct Psychology,in terms of the theoretical and methodological concerns of this discipline, and an analysis of the relationship between this discipline and other perspectives within the social sciences.
This list complements the general PCP list with a specialist list for the mutual support of those using and developing computer-based tools in empirical PCP research, including repertory grid elicitation and analysis, content analysis, concept mapping, and other constructivist tools. It is intended to allow experience and good practices in tools usage to be shared by the research community, and to help newcomers, particularly graduate students, in making effective use of available tools. It is also hoped that it will provide a forum for developing requirements for a new generation of tools, and encourage their development.
The list is aimed at encouraging collaboration between UK services conducting clinical and research trials for children being treated for a brain tumour.
The preference elicitation group is for economists, psychologists, philosophers, behavioural and management scientists, and others interested in the elicitation of people's preferences for 'goods', with particular emphasis on health and health care. The list supports dissemination of relevant details of the annual Preference Elicitation Group (PEG) conference.
Brings together social scientists with an interest in the use of arts-based and humanities methods in the production and dissemination of social science data.
This jismail list seeks to bring together postgraduate social scientists working in the area of assisted reproduction across the UK and overseas. It will function as a means to connect researchers working in this specific area of health research and allow them to share research ideas, opportunities and events.
It aims to draw together practitioners and research groups working on policy for health in order to further develop the field and add to the rigorous academic base for health policy development. It is intended to stimulate thinking and collaboration, and possibly provoke new research tracks as additions to the strands that have been previously identified.
A post-qualification training group for Clinical Psychologists in the Yorkshire and Humber region
Research network designed to look at emerging issues in egalitarian political philosophy and public policy.
PSLIST is an email Discussion List for teachers of psychology and neuroscience in schools and colleges, with students up to the age of 18 (in the UK this would include GSCE and A-level), and for those with similar professional interests. The List is intended to be used for the dissemination of good practice, and to assist subscribers in resolving problems related to all aspects of the teaching of the psychology and neuroscience in schools and colleges. Organisations such as Universities and Learned Societies may also wish to use PSLIST to announce relevant schools liaison events. <HTML> <BLOCKQUOTE> <P> PSList is an email Discussion List for teachers of psychology and neuroscience in schools and colleges, with students up to the age of 18 (in the UK this would include GSCE and A-level), and for those with similar professional interests. <P> The List is intended to be used for the dissemination of good practice, and to assist subscribers in resolving problems related to all aspects of the teaching of the psychology and neuroscience in schools and colleges. <P> Organisations such as Universities and Learned Societies may also wish to use PSList to announce relevant schools liaison events. <P> Subscription and use of this service is entirely free. <P> However, the List is not intended for students. Consequently subscription requires a letter (on paper carrying the school/college letterhead, and preferably bearing the school stamp) to be sent to the list organiser : <BLOCKQUOTE> Dr Peter K Robinson<BR> Associate Dean, School of Psychology<BR> University of Central Lancashire<BR> Preston<BR> PR1 2HE<BR> United Kingdom </BLOCKQUOTE> <P> The letter should clearly state the name of the intended subscriber together with his/her email address (a telephone number is also useful in case there are problems with the email address). <P> If you have any queries about PSList please feel free to email the list owner <A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org"> email@example.com </A> </HTML>
The purpose of the group and this mailing list is to get to know other MA and PhD students who are interested in and work in the field of Psychosocial Studies. We would like to organise events and conferences so we can get to know each other, network and share our research.
A forum for the discussion of issues surrounding psychological research using the Internet. This list has been retained - 15/11/13. New messages will not be distributed to the list, also the list will not accept any new subscribers.
This list is for those in the UK who are active in research, education, and practice on the interface of psychology and religion. Its purpose is to share ideas, discuss potential collaboration, announce events and forthcoming publications, distribute calls for papers, seek advice, and generally keep up-to-date with new ideas.
The list will be concerned with discussing clinical psychology in terms of teaching and research within UK HE. The list will also disseminate information about meetings, events and posts, and will encourage the discussion of issues which influence the public face of clinical psychology.
A discussion list of methods to be used in psychological research. These could range from appropriate methodology for a research programme, to specific questions regarding the interpretation of a particular result. The list is broad based, encompassing both quantitative & qualitative approaches.
Mailing list managed by PsyPAG that supports the research of postgraduate psychologists. See our web site for more information: http://www.psypag.co.uk Postings could include: requests for recommended references, advice, questions, theory, research, thoughts, the Quarterly. Please do not post requests for journal articles to the list. <HTML> Mailing list managed by PsyPAG that supports the research of postgraduate psychologists. See our web site for more information: http://www.psypag.co.uk Postings could include: requests for recommended references, advice, questions, theory, research, thoughts, the Quarterly. Please do not post requests for journal articles to the list. </HTML>
The Psych-R list is an open email list for peer-support among people using R for work in the psychological arena. R (http://www.r-project.org) is a free language and environment for statistics which is being used increasingly worldwide. The system comprises a core program and support modules and a base set of packages that extend this. On top of this are an enormous set of packages for specialist statistical techniques or application areas including the Bioconductor project (http://www.bioconductor.org/) focused on genetic and related research. There are a number of packages for psychometric and other techniques often used in the psychological arena (http://cran.r-project.org/web/views/Psychometrics.html). However, most of the packages have been written on low or near zero budgets and so are documented from the perspective of the expert who wrote the code. This can be inscrutable at worst, or not very helpful for relative newcomers at best, and creates a need for others to write supporting documentation or help the package maintainer provide documentation that helps a wider user base. Similarly, there is a real need for a mutual support system in the spirit of the R project's open source social organisation. For general R issues and for development of R this is provided by the R-help (http://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-help) and R-dev (http://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-devel) email lists but R-help can be overwhelming in its activity and range of subjects and expertise and there seems to be a need for complementary support lists such as psych-R. Joining the list is an undertaking to abide by the general rules for all JISCmail lists (http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/help/policy) AND the specifics for Psych-R which are simple: 1) postings should be on topic, 2) the aim is non-commercial, so any postings about commercial courses, training, consultation etc. should be absolutely specific to the use of R in the psychological arena and not excessive, members posting such topics are strongly encouraged to show their commitment to the spirit and theme of the list by also posting other contributions, 3) the list language is English but be very respectful of the advantage you may have (and we as list owners have) if English is your first or a fluent language for you and help others for whom it is not a language of early fluency: these are often the people contributing most to the R project, 4) more generally, please keep all postings respectful: this doesn't exclude disagreement but this should be specific and to the topic, not against individuals, 5) humour is welcomed but beware that this introduces overloaded linguistic operators and interpersonal and social complexity that is often dangerous in Email lists between strangers: be quick to apologise or explain if humour goes awry or upsets others! <HTML> <p>The Psych-R list is an open email list for peer-support among people using R for work in the psychological arena.</p> <p><A href= "http://www.r-project.org">R</A> is a free language and environment for statistics which is being used increasingly worldwide. The system comprises a core program and support modules and a base set of packages that extend this. On top of this are an enormous set of packages for specialist statistical techniques or application areas including the <A href="http://www.bioconductor.org/">Bioconductor project</A> focused on genetic and related research. There are <A href= "http://cran.r-project.org/web/views/Psychometrics.html">a number of packages for psychometric and other techniques</A> often used in the psychological arena.</p> <p>However, most of the packages have been written on low or near zero budgets and so are documented from the perspective of the expert who wrote the code. This can be inscrutable at worst, or not very helpful for relative newcomers at best, and creates a need for others to write supporting documentation or help the package maintainer provide documentation that helps a wider user base. Similarly, there is a real need for a mutual support system in the spirit of the R project's open source social organisation. For general R issues and for development of R this is provided by the <A href= "http://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-help">R-help</A> and <A href= "http://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-devel">R-devel</A> email lists but R-help can be overwhelming in its activity and range of subjects and expertise and there seems to be a need for complementary support lists such as Psych-R.</p> <p>Joining the list is an undertaking to abide by the <A href= "http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/help/policy">general rules for all JISCmail lists</A> AND the specifics for Psych-R which are simple:</p> <p><ol> <li>postings should be on topic,</li> <li>the aim is non-commercial, so any postings about commercial courses, training, consultation etc. should be absolutely specific to the use of R in the psychological arena and not excessive, members posting such topics are strongly encouraged to show their commitment to the spirit and theme of the list by also posting other contributions,</li> <li>the list language is English but be very respectful of the advantage you may have (and we as list owners have) if English is your first or a fluent language for you and help others for whom it is not a language of early fluency: these are often the people contributing most to the R project,</li> <li>more generally, please keep all postings respectful: this doesn't exclude disagreement but this should be specific and to the topic, not against individuals,</li> <li>humour is welcomed but beware that this introduces overloaded linguistic operators and interpersonal and social complexity that is often dangerous in Email lists between strangers: be quick to apologise or explain if humour goes awry or upsets others!</li> </ol></p> </HTML>
Psych-trauma is for the use of those people working as therapists, academics, and students of various 'disciplines' who work with people that have experienced traumatic situations
Discussion and information concerning psychological and psychiatric aspects of cancer care. Clinical and academic staff welcome
This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss issues related to psychoanalysis and creative/performing arts
The list is used by memebers of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis in French studies.
This list is used by the members of the Network at the IGRS (Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies) to discuss translation and other issues related to psychanalysis in German studies.
This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis and Hispanic studies
This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis and Italian studies
This list is used by the Pedagogy and Practice group operating under the umbrella of the IGRS Network on Psychoanalysis and the Arts and Humanities to post summaries of discussions in Edinburgh and Glasgow and contributions from list members. This list has been retained 13/03/15. No one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries regarding this list
This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss issues related to psychoanalysis and politics
A list devoted to all aspects of qualitative research: methodological, theo retical and practical also intended to facilitate discussion of diverse qua litative research: interviewing, ethnography, participation observation, fo cus groups, biographical and life history studies
To promote and encourage the newly-developed qualitative research.
The Quality Board consists of a team of recognised experts in the field of psychology in Europe who provide advice and guidance in the direction and delivery of the Europlat project, funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EC.
This list will enable members of the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society to keep in touch and allow discussion of all aspects of qualitative research methods in psychology. The list is for all members of the Section, and discussions can focus on topics related to research and teaching of qualitative methods in academic and professional psychology.
This list is used by the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society to inform members about events and news regarding the Section.
This list is tied to the recently formed Quantified Self Research Network which encourages interdisciplinary collaboration between those studying self tracking, wearable computing and the Quantified Self movement.
This list provides a forum for psychologists and non-psychologists who oppose the oppressive and abusive uses of psychology, support those who are oppressed, and use their knowledge positively to work toward the social change that is necessary to create a better society.
This group is used by academics and social researchers interested in discussing the theoretical, methodological and policy implications of realist biographical methods
RESILIENCE aims to bring together researchers interested in studying the resilience and well-being of students and trainees, the selection and recruitment of doctors, and career choices for students and trainees
The list can be used to circulate information about events, workshops, conferences and publications relevant to rhythm research community.
The list is for discussion of matters relevant to the Special Interest Group for Research into Teaching of the British Psychological Society's Division of Teachers & Researchers in Psychology. Participation is not limited to psychologists or to strictly psychological teaching.
Originally setup by SCROLLA (www.scrolla.ac.uk), this list provides a forum for the Scottish online learning community. It will discuss issues such as the future of online learning research in the Scottish context. While the focus is research, the list is open to practitioners, policy makers and researchers in the public and private sectors. This list has been retained 31/07/15. No one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. contact email@example.com for all enquiries regarding this list
A multidisciplinary e-mailing list for those working in the field of sexual health, in research and applied settings.
Discussion of a Systemic Family Therapy Manual produced by the Leeds Family Therapy Research Centre at Leeds University.
This list is used by the Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS) to inform child care practitioners, managers, researchers and academics of news and events. CELCIS also incorporates the Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care (SIRCC).
This will be a membership mailing list fo the Economic and Social Research Council seminar series 'Sleep and Society' This list has been retained 08/08/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
This list aims to provide a forum for information, discussion and collaboration among speech and language therapists and others who are interested, or involved, in research into communication development and change, communication disability and-or disorders of feeding, swallowing and drinking.
The list will facilitate discussion of social network analysis amongst interested UK academics, and will facilitate organisation of off-line meetings.
This purpose of this list is to provide a forum for the discussion social norms internationally and the development of cross-cultural social norms research.
This list is for social work academics, practitioners and students who have an interest in learning more about alcohol and drugs. It is intended to allow sharing of information and information exchange between the target audience, for example, it will allow students to ask for information from practitioners and academics, academics to find out what others are doing and for practitioners to have a direct line to academics who are specialist in this area and vice versa.
This list is used by the Health and Spirituality Centre at Staffordshire University to make announcements to further and Higher education and the research community about strategy, programmes, publications, conferences and projects.
The SpLD forum aims to facilitate discussion about Specific Learning Difficulties including (but not limited to) Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome. It will be of most interest to practitioners and researchers working with adult students/clients.
Research reports for everyone who is interested in children in care, children on the edge of care or children in the youth justice system. As well as social care issues for ill/disabled children, their families and carers. From SPRU,the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York.
Research reports for everyone who is interested in children in care, children on the edge of care or children in the youth justice system. Adoption and fostering social work issues from SPRU,the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York.
The purpose is to enhance communication and network for health professionals involved in clinical care and research activity relating to reproductive health, sexuality, parenting and infant care.
Open to Universities and Students' Unions operating Mentoring or Befriending schemes within their institutions or who are involved in researching this area of work.
A list for students' associations joining Europlat as associate partners.
A list to connect South Wales counsellors, therapists, academics and students within the Social Sciences discipline.
A multidisciplinary discussion, support and information list for all academics and practitioners working in the broad field of youth (sub)culture, especially those resident in Scotland.
This list supports a community of UK academics who formed in 2010 to develop resources and support for lecturers around the teaching of anomalistic psychology and parapsychology.
Announcement list primarily although not exclusively for researchers and professionals working in health and social care settings for the dissemination of knowledge and information about traumatic brain injury and its wider effects on carers, relatives and families.
This group is for people who wish to explore and encourage the use of theatre and drama in qualitative research and teaching
This is the official mailing list of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) Commission on the Anthropology of Tourism. The list is open to everyone with an interest in the anthropology of tourism. More info is available at http://www.iuaes.org/comm/tourism.html
This list provides a forum for discussion for social scientists interested in sleep research. It offers a virtual community of assistance and support for both established and new researchers,
This network is a multidisciplinary group encompassing individuals within University College London and its associated institutions such as NHS trusts who have a research interest in eating disorders.
The UK Society for Behavioural Medicine (UKSBM) works towards integrating knowledge of biology, behaviour and the environment to prevent and treat disease. It brings together, for for the first time in the UK, a range of disciplines that contribute to achieving this broad objective. They include epidemiology, health psychology, medical sociology, health economics, statistics as well as public health, primary care, psychiatry, oncology, cardiology and diabetology and other clinical specialties.
This group aims to provide an inclusive and representative strategy for service user and carer involvement and to share and build on existing best practice both internal and external to the University. This list has been retained 11/08/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.
A forum for discussion of human 22q11 deletion and associated clinical syndromes, including VCFS (velocardiofacial syndrome). Aims: (1) communication between researchers, clinicians, and parents/patients, and (2) development of multidisciplinary and evidence-based approaches to clinical management.
This list is owned and maintained by The Violence Research Group at the University of Wales College of Medicine. The list will promote discussion by academics & practitioners active in the area of violence prevention. Discussion of the relationship between alcohol and violence will be encouraged.
To exchange information about lectures, seminars and events of interest to those pursuing research in vision science and related disciplines
Vision and Vehicles concerns the use of vision in driving, including the perceptual andcognitive capabilities of the vehicle controller, in-vehicle displays and the visualenvironment, and the impact on vision of the design of vehicles.
This list is used by the Visitor Studies Group members to exchange ideas, knowledge and research findings related to visitor studies and evaluation.
A list for users of the Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS). This list is operated by NIESR on behalf of the WERS sponsors. A user-support site for the 2011 WERS is available at: www.wers2011.info
This list is used by the whistleblower research network to exchange views, disseminate information and organise events. This list has been retained 18/05/15. No one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries regarding this list
The Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group (formerly WIPSIG) is a subsection of the Royal College of Psychiatrists which promotes mental health services for women, their families and carers, and enables women psychiatrists to achieve their potential across the NHS, academic institutions and the independant sector.
Academic research on manga (Japanese comics) is a small but developing discipline. Research on the specific genre of manga called Yaoi/Boys' Love/shonen-ai is also developing alongside the growning popularity of the genre with readers worldwide. This mailing list to is bring together academics but also members of the public who have an interest in Yaoi manga. It is anticipated that this list will help the exchange and communication of information in this small but vibrant field. <HTML> Academic research on manga (Japanese comics) is a small but developing discipline. Research on the specific genre of manga called Yaoi/Boys' Love/shonen-ai is also developing alongside the growning popularity of the genre with readers worldwide. This mailing list to is bring together academics but also members of the public who have an interest in Yaoi manga. It is anticipated that this list will help the exchange and communication of information in this small but vibrant field. </HTML>
This is a list for the members of the HCI Research Group at the University of York and for its affiliates in other institutions.
A forum to promote discussion, disseminate ideas and share research findings in the field of young people's sexual and reproductive health.
This is a discussion forum for all those working or researching in the area of child and adolescent mental health nursing.
The Youth Study Mailing List is a forum for academics and others involved in the study of youth. It is linked to the British Sociological Association's 'Youth Study Group', but is open to all other interested parties. The list will be used as a resource for the announcement of relevant meetings, seminars, conferences, calls for papers and publications. It is also hoped that members will use the list to share and debate ideas as well as to draw upon a varied pool of knowledge and expertise.
For sharing information between vision researchers across Yorkshire Universities