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Education and Psychology Research Active Network (EPRAN) Seminar Programme 2019/20

EPRAN is a network for research active staff and post-graduate research students at the University of Warwick to share research findings related to education and psychology. We also aim to promote inter-departmental and external networking and research collaborations.

A sandwich lunch will be provided. Please book your place at seminars in advance by emailing Alison Baker (, informing her of your dietary requirements.

We have an exciting and varied calendar of events in 2019/20, with colleagues from across the University as well as external colleagues presenting at five seminars.

Wednesday 16th October 2019 (1.30-3pm) in Wolfson 1 & 2:
  • Dr Rebecca Morris
    (CES) -
“Ethical challenges when conducting randomised trials with children in education settings” Link to Abstract
  • Mairi Ann Cullen
    (CEDAR) -
“Best evidence review of effective approaches for educating pupils with SEND in mainstream English schools: how did we do it? what did we find?” Link to Abstract
 Wednesday 20th November 2019 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Professor Kylie Gray (CEDAR) -

“Mental Health Outcomes in Adults with Autism” Link to Abstract

  • Professor Peter Langdon (CEDAR) -

“Psychological interventions for men with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who have a history of criminal offending – The EQUIP feasibility trial” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 4th March 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Dr Jo Van Herwegen
    (UCL Institute of Education)

“Transition from primary to secondary school for children with Williams syndrome and Down syndrome: issues and examples of good practice” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 29th April 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Professor Brahm Norwich (University of Exeter) -

“From the Warnock Report (1978) to an Education Framework Commission: A Novel Contemporary Approach to Educational Policy Making for Pupils with Special Educational Needs/Disabilities” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 10th June 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Dr Emma Langley
    (CEDAR) -
“Understanding and supporting the psychological wellbeing of fathers of children with Intellectual Disability (ID)” Link to Abstract
  • Dr Alan Dolan
    (CLL) -
“Men, masculinity and fatherhood” Link to Abstract
  • Dr Stephen Cullen
    (CEDAR) -
“Attempting to account for fathers’ absence in parent interventions, examples from CEDAR research”