Women are able to recall details of sexual assault and rape with accuracy, even if they have drunk - or expected to drink - moderate amounts of alcohol. A study conducted at the University of Birmingham demonstrated that women who had drunk alcohol up to the legal limit for driving were able to recall details of an assault in a hypothetical scenario, including details of activities to which they had, and had not, consented.
Undertaking between six to seven minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day could improve cognitive performance, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.
University psychologists aiming to improve help for people withdrawing from antidepressants want volunteers to come forward to participate in the new study.
Senior Lecturer / Reader in Psychology University of Sussex
Postdoctoral Researcher University of Oxford
Research Fellow University of Southampton
Research Fellow University of Sussex
Research Associate (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge
Project Coordinator / Postdoctoral Researcher University of Oxford
University assistant professor of autism research (consultant clinical child psychiatrist or community paediatrician) University of Cambridge
Research Associate (Autism Transition to Adulthood Group) University of Bath
Associate Professor in Mental Health Law (part-time up to 0.2fte) (ATS1187) University of East Anglia
Research Associate (Fixed Term) University of Bath
'I understand recovery and giving people hope'
Opinion: how a form of 'acceptance therapy' is helping me make one difficult choice at a time