Symposium Organiser ‘Multiple Functions of Future Thoughts’ SARMAC, 2019, Cape Cod.
“The effects of mental simulation on behaviour” Invited Psychology Department seminar, 11th October 2018 at University of Hertfordshire and October the 24th at Swansea University.
“Future Thinking” British Science Festival. University of Hull, 12th September 2018.
“Candidate mechanisms underlying spontaneous future thinking: A summary of three studies”, Mind wandering and Mindfulness conference, Northumbria University, 22nd July 2018.
“Looking forward: The Psychology of Future Thinking”. Psychology in the Pub – A British Psychological Society event, 23rd October, 2017
“The effect of pulvinar damage on emotional processing of internally-generated past and future events”, Symposium Talk, Federation of European Societies of Neuropsychology, 13-15 September 2017.
“The Effect of Pulvinar Damage on Emotional Processing of Simulated Scenes”, Symposium Talk, International Conference on Memory, 17-22nd July 2016.
“The Goal-relatedness of Voluntary and Involuntary Future Thoughts Elicited in a Laboratory Task”, Invited Symposium Talk, Biannual Congress of the Swiss Psychological Society, Geneva, September 8-9th 2015.
“The use of mental rehearsal to promote achievement of functional rehabilitation goals following acquired brain injury (ABI)” (Co-author), Poster Presentation, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation of Neurorehabilitation (WFNR), Australia, 6-7th July 2015.
“Episodic Future Thinking: The role of current and future concerns”, Symposium Talk, International Convention of Psychological Science (an APS event), Amsterdam, 12-14 March 2015.
“Mental Time Travel: Developing a Laboratory Paradigm for Inducing both its Involuntary and Voluntary Types”, Invited Seminar Talk, Department of Psychology, University of Hull, February, 2015.
“Inducing Involuntary and Voluntary Mental Time Travel in a Laboratory Paradigm”, Talk, Great Yorkshire Memory Meeting, University of Leeds, December, 2014