Find below a list of training events. Year 3 UG Psychology students take priority over other groups. Use the links to book your slots.

2022 – 2023, Semester 1, Edinburgh Campus

Psychology Labs Tour

Learn about and see in person our dedicated Psychology Labs and equipment through a guided tour with our Psychology Technician.

When: 7/11/22, 8/11/22, 11/11/22
Location: Meet at Lord Balerno entrance
Availability: 6 slots, 10 participants per slot
Duration: 15-20mins
Bookings accepted until 06/11/2022

NVIVO Training

NVivo is the leading tool for Qualitative data analysis. It offers a number of features to organise and code your data.

In this 2-hour session you will be shown the main features of NVivo using a number of different types of data such as survey results, audio and video recordings.

When: 16/11/22, 11:00 – 13:00
Location: Online via teams
Availability: Unlimited number of participants
Duration: 2 hours
Bookings accepted until 13/11/2022

2022 – 2023, Semester 2, Edinburgh Campus

Eye tracking workshop

Eye Tracking is used often in Psychology and Marketing research – the latter also known as Neuromarketing.

In this 2-hour session, you will be introduced to Eye Tracking methodology and we will use an Eye Tracker to create a task and collect data.

When: TBC
Location: TBC
Availability: 10 participants (more sessions may follow if there is enough demand)
Duration: 2 hours

Surveylab Tutorials

Surveys is a popular tool to collect online data.

This tutorial will focus on Surveylab. We will learn about the different types of questions available and advanced features such as randomisation and logic.

This tutorial repeats multiple times during the academic year. Below it shows details about the next tutorial.

When: 27/02/23, 11:00 – 12:30
Location: Online via Teams
Availability: Unlimited number of participants
Duration: 1.5 hours

PsychoPy/Pavlovia Workshop

If recording reaction time is important or you have complex stimuli or conditions to present then you must attend this workshop on PsychoPy/Pavlovia.

In this workshop I will show you how to generate different types of stimuli (text, audio, images e.t.c.), record responses (keyboard and/or mouse) and deploy your experiment for offline or online data collection.

When: TBC
Location: TBC
Availability: 30 participants
Duration: 2 hours