2017 -Turner, R. (2017). Arts and Minds: Clarifying the relationship between social cognition and the arts. On Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 2. Retrieved:
-Turner, R. & Felisberti, F. M. (2017). Measuring Mindreading: A review of
behavioral approaches to testing cognitive and affective mental state attribution in
neurologically typical adults. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00047
2016 -Turner, R. (2016, May 9). A Show for a Change? - How Theatre Can Transform Us.
http://theatreperform.com. View article.
2010 -Koch, T., Smith, P., Turner, R., & Hutnik, N. (2010). Storytelling with UK
Centenarians. University of Surrey Press, Guildford. View/download.
-Koch, T., Turner, R., & Hutnik, N. (2010). Storytelling Reveals the Active, Positive
Lives of Centenarians. Journal for Nursing Older People. 22(8), 31-66.
-Turner, R. (2010). After Central, Alumni Newsletter. Central School of Speech and
2017 -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 Covention, 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, 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, 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.
2016 -Turner, R. (2016). Fiction and Psychology. Paper presented at Kingston University
Postgraduate Research Conference, Kingston, UK.
2017 -Guest lecturer, The Art of Character: Fiction and Performance for Social and
Psychological Change. Psychology of Art and Film module at Kingston University.
- The Effects of Engaging with Fictional Worlds on Social Cognition and Behaviour,
Vitae Three-minute Thesis competition at Kingston University.
2016 -Doing a PhD in Psychology. Talk at Kingston University Careers in Psychology event.