Cognitive Futures in the Arts & Humanities, 2018

CONFERENCE PAPERS

 

Turner, R. (2019). Fiction and empathy: a multidimensional approach. Invited talk (paper & workshop) presented at SOAS, London, UK.

Turner, R. & Vallée-Tourangeau, F. (2019). Immersion in fictional stories and empathic accuracy: Methodological challenges and future research. Paper presented at the British Society of Literature and Science, Surrey, UK. 

Turner, R. (2019). Fiction and empathy in the digital age. The effects of digital and non-digital modes of fiction-engagement on empathic abilities. Paper presented at European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations European Summer School, Lithotopos, Greece.

Turner, R. (2018). Fiction media, genre and empathic traits. Paper presented at International Society for Empirical Study of Literature and Media. Stavanger, Norway. 

Turner, R. (2018). The art of character: Investigating relationships between fiction-engagement and empathic traits. Paper presented at Cognitive Futures in the Arts and Humanities, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Turner, R. (2018). Fiction-engagement and social skills. Paper presented at Kingston University Postgraduate Research Conference, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK.

Turner, R. & Felisberti, F. M. (2017). Fiction matters: Divergent links between fiction media exposure, genre preferences and social skills. Poster session presented at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

Turner, R. (2017). Bookworms, film buffs and thespians: Divergent relationships between experience of fiction media, genre and empathic traits. Paper presented at Systemic Cognition Symposium, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK.

Turner, R. & Felisberti, F. M. (2017). To read or not to read? Divergent relationships between experience of fiction media, genre and empathic abilities. Poster session presented at British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton, UK. 

Turner, R. (2017). Bookworm, film-buff or thespian? Investigating the relationship between fictional worlds and real-world social abilities. Paper presented at Kingston University Postgraduate Research Conference, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK.

Turner, R. (2016). Fiction and psychology. Paper presented at Kingston University Postgraduate Research Conference, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK.

 

 

SCI COMM

 

Science presenter (2018). The Science of Fiction. Talk presented at Free Radicals 

    improvisation show, Smokin' Billy's, Reading, UK.

Scientist (2017). I'm a Scientist Get Me Out of Here! Online. 

 

 

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