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Understanding Re-Traumatisation

Dr. Robert Davies is a Research Associate at University of York. He completed his PhD at the Department of Philosophy at York in 2017. His research focuses on memory and self-knowledge, and includes clinical and non-clinical examples of cognitive effects, biases, and unusual epistemic phenomena.

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Understanding Re-Traumatisation
Understanding Re-Traumatisation

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05 Jul 2020, 11:00 – 12:10 BST

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Understanding Re-Traumatisation - Robert Davies is a Research Associate at University of York. He completed his PhD at the Department of Philosophy at York in 2017. His research focuses on memory and self-knowledge, and includes clinical and non-clinical examples of cognitive effects, biases, and unusual epistemic phenomena. He is conducting research into trauma (especially trauma memory) and dreams.

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  • Webinar - 11 am 5th July

    Understanding Re-Traumatisation - Robert Davies is a Research Associate at University of York. He completed his PhD at the Department of Philosophy at York in 2017. His research focuses on memory and self-knowledge, and includes clinical and non-clinical examples of cognitive effects, biases, and unusual epistemic phenomena. He is conducting research into trauma (especially trauma memory) and dreams. Host - Dzmitry Karpuk, Systemic & Family Psychotherapist (MSc, UKCP & AFT Accred)

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