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Lyda Borgsteijn
Making Sense of Self Management. A mixed methods case Study
Anupriya Jain
"Grow a Facebook in your Harvard": a presentation on how organisations promote and support intrapreneurship
Mariya Ali
An Exploration of Transformational Leadership and Femininity
Lorena Carrasco Alegre
Working mothers: the organisational and personal narratives of becoming a mother at work
Ananya Trehan
Leadership in Ambidextrous Organisations
SPEAKERS
Session 1
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Anupriya Jain
Mariya Ali
Lorena Carrasco Alegre
Ananya Trehan
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Session 3
Holly Draper
The other side of the EU referendum: Exploring perspectives of ‘Leavers’ and ‘Remainers’
António Valentim
‘If Europe was like a street, the EU would be the neighbourhood watch’: Exploring social representations of Europe and of the European Union in post-referendum UK
Zahra Shah
British-Born Indians and British-Born Pakistanis: 70 years on from The Partition
Elisavet Panagiotou
Who are “we”, who are “they” and why do they collide? A dialogical social representational approach to the Cyprus Conflict
Murjanatu Abubakar
Polygamy and the Social Representation of Women in Northern Nigeria
Jose Federico Corona Silva
Growing pains: construction of learning experience among the LSE students of the PBS department
Shaffra Gray-Read
Is there a Black Public Sphere? How people form identities within public spheres through dialogue and interacting with others
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Session 2
Ana Vergara
He steals, but delivers. A case of tolerance to corruption in Lima-Perú
Dorottya Sváb
Failure is an event, not a person: the effects of a mindset intervention on school-aged children
Andrew M. Stewart
The Trolley Problem and Me- a study of identity and its effect on moral decision-making
Ria Dayal
Shared Decision Making in End-Of-Life Care: The Role of Families in Clinicians Decisions to Withdraw Life Sustaining Treatments in ICUs
Sai Kalvapalle
Peering through the glass door: unobtrusively analysing negative employee feedback to aid organisational learning
Prerna Gupta
“I don’t wait at red lights after 10.30pm”: Traffic Rule Breaking in India: A Social Psychological Perspective
Sai Kalvapalle
Ria Dayal
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Ana Vergara
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Murjanatu Abubakar
Elisavet Panagiotou
Zahra Shah
António Valentim
Holly Draper
Jose Federico Corona Silva

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Opening
Frédéric Basso, Dorottya Sváb, Sai Kalvapalle 
10:30AM
1st Session and Q&A
​5 presenters
11:00AM
2nd Session and Q&A
6 presenters
12:00PM
Lunch Break
13:10PM
3rd Session and Q&A
7 presenters
14:00PM
AGENDA
Dissertation Tips
15:20PM

The Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science presents:

December 13, 2017 10:30AM

LSE, Clement House (CLM) 2.02