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GOODSON, S., TURNER, K., CARTER, P. and PEARSON, S., 2021. Is 'Call of Duty' destroying my P300's?: an evaluation of the theory of neural desensitisation due to playing violent videogames. In: British Psychological Society, Cyberpsychology Section Annual Conference, Virtual, 6-7 July 2021.

GOODSON, S., PEARS, M. and PEARSON, S., 2015. Attentional bias modification: single session effects on behavioural and neurological measures with high and low self-esteem. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Liverpool, July 2015.

GOODSON, S., PEARSON, S. and TURNER, K., 2015. We are what we see! In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Liverpool, July 2015.

GOODSON, S., ZAFFER, S. and PEARSON, S., 2013. Are verbal working memory deficits in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder due to atypical information maintenance? In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Harrogate, April 2013.

GOODSON, S. and PEARSON, S., 2011. The boot is mightier than the gun! Virtual football elicits real strong emotional responses but virtual violence gives only despair in death: a dense array EEG comparison of football and violent video games. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Glasgow, May 2011.

GOODSON, S., RAINFORD, A. and PEARSON, S., 2010. Is Lara Croft responsible for the sexual objectification of woman? In: North East of England Branch, British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Durham, November 2010.

GOODSON, S., PEARSON, S. and GAVIN, H., 2010. Violent video games: the media scapegoat for an aggressive society. In: Videogame Cultures and the Future of Interactive Entertainment, Oxford, July 2010.

GOODSON, S. and PEARSON, S., 2010. Reality or fantasy? Dilemmas of the modern video game player. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Stratford Upon Avon, April 2010.

GOODSON, S. and PEARSON, S., 2009. There is more to videogames and aggression than violent content. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton, April 2009.

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