Items where Subject is "B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology"
Number of items at this level: 11.
Booth, David A. (1994) Tricky Stats. (1) Confounding. (2) P values. (3) Scales. The Psychologist. (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. and Sharpe, Oliver and Conner, Mark T. (2011) Discrimination without description. Are the differences conceptualised or fully subconscious? Discrimination without description. Are the differences conceptualised or fully subconscious?. pp. 1-19. (Unpublished)
Conference or Workshop Item
Booth, David A. (2008) Food consumption patterns to reduce and prevent obesity. In: Departmental Seminar, School of Dietetics & Human Nutrition, McGill University, 23 November 2008, McGill / Macdonald Campus, St.-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec. (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. (2006) Minds, Mechanisms and Made Free: the scientific study of human life upheld by the Creator. In: Mind, Machines and Majesty - The Boundaries of Humanity, 4 November, 2006, London Institute of Contemporary Christianity. (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. (2008) The 150-year-old science of “active virtual machines”. In: School Seminar, Computer Science, UBham, 13 Nov 08, University of Birmingham. (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. and Freeman, Richard (1993) Individuals’ integration of sensory and semantic features in discriminal object-recognition space. In: CSBBCS/EPS joint meeting, 15-17 July 1993, University of Toronto. (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. and Thibault, Louise and Chesneau, Caroline and Baek, Seolhyang (2006) Getting evidence for most and least fattening local eating customs from individuals’ reports in their culture’s terms. In: BFDG 2006, 20-21 April 2006, University of Birmingham (UK). (Unpublished)
Booth, David A. (1997) Research: a personal approach. Other. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Booth, David A. (2004) Scientific requirements for an engineered model of consciousness. Working Paper. Journal of Consciousness Studies. (Unpublished)
Martin, Faith (2008) Psychology, religion and development: a literature review. Working Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Cooner, TS (2009) A Conversation with Dorothy Rowe - Why we lie. [Video]