Young Minds Festival

ISSID 2017 welcomes submissions for oral presentations from young researchers in the field of personality and individual differences. We encourage all pre-doctoral students who have not yet completed their PhD to submit papers to a special section of the Young Minds Festival. Below we present the 5 best papers by young researchers which were selected for presentation during Young Minds Festival symposium on July 25th, 2017 (see Schedule). The chair of Young Minds Festival will be Prof. Gerald Matthews, University of Central Florida, USA.
  

 

Szumowska E., Kossowska M.
Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Need for cognitive closure and multitasking performance 

 

Patrick F.1, Wise T.1, Mazibuko N.2, Meyer N.3, Oates A.4, Perkins A.1
1 Psychological Medicine, Kings College London, United Kingdom
2 Department of Neuroimaging, Kings College London, United Kingdom
3 Department of Psychosis Studies, Kings College London, United Kingdom
4 London, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
Novel modulation of anxiety-relevant neural circuits in participants with high trait neuroticism

 

Norman I., Cooper N., Fleming P.
Psychology, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Intra-individual differences in altruistic intentions and the personality variables that predict them

 

Webb M.1, Gilhooly K.2, Little D.1, Cropper S.1
1 Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Australia
2 Clinical Sciences, Brunel University, United Kingdom
High Openness does not mean stumbling across the answers: Investigating openness and intellect in problem solving Keywords personality, intelligence, cognition

 

Barford K.1, Koval P.1, Wilt J.2, Smillie L.1
1 University of Melbourne, Australia
2 Northwestern University, United States
Describing the experience of mixed emotions in daily-life: Trait predictors and emotion dynamics