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13:10 - 13:55 25 May 2012

UCL Bite-Sized Lunchtime Lecture: Self-esteem and eating disorders, and Urban Myth Busting – Did the Maya really collapse?


Richard Mully Basement | UCL Lewis’s Building on the corner of Gower Street and Gordon Place (link Map)
Gower Street | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: Free
Ticketing: Open

Speaker information

Carmen Ting, UCL Institute of Archaeology.
Alisa Anokhina, UCL Division of Psychology and Language Scien

This week Carmen Ting (UCL Institute of Archaeology) asks, will the world end in 2012? We investigate popular misinterpretations of the Maya calendar and unveil the secret of the so-called ‘Classic Maya Collapse’. Alisa Anokhina (UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences) explores discrepancies in self-esteem associated with eating disorders.

Join us for an inspiring lunch hour and take the opportunity to quiz some of UCL's early-career researchers about their work.


Kimberley Freeman
+44 (0)20 3108 1199 Ext: 51199 | kimberley.freeman@ucl.ac.uk


More information on the series

Bite-sized Lunchtime Lectures