Pictured: Jaidene Brown, Ian Hocking and Samantha Hodson.
Pictured: Judge Jackson, Katja Hallenberg, Belinda Siesmaa, Kos Siliafis and Andy Buttery.
Technological advances mean virtual reality has gone from a clunky gimmick to the next stage of human-computer interaction and social engagement. Whole worlds can be explored without leaving the room and people can experience others’ perspectives at the flick of a virtual switch. Richard Weatherall, Senior Psychology Technician at CCCU explores current research in the realm of VR.
This guest post is by Sessional Lecturer Nicole Holt
For the first time at Christ Church University, a lecture (in the second year forensic and investigative psychology module) was given on the use of dogs in forensics. The focus then moved onto the use of dogs in the court rooms. Not only that, two charming greyhound reading doggies in training came and joined us! (Thank you, Olivia Noble.)