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Psychology - 28.06.2019
This Sussex Life: Natalie Bowling, Research Fellow -
This Sussex Life: Natalie Bowling, Research Fellow - "Some people can ’inhabit’ other people’s bodies"
University of Sussex psychologist Dr Natalie Bowling will be explaining the unusual phenomenon of mirror-touch synaesthesia at The Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition in London, July 1-7.

Psychology - Business / Economics - 04.06.2019

Psychology - Business / Economics - 04.06.2019

Psychology - 31.05.2019
What is consciousness’ New Impacted podcast tackles the big questions with University of Sussex researchers
Neuroscientist Anil Seth discusses his decades-long exploration of consciousness and the perception of ‘reality' in the first of a new series of podcasts spotlighting the work of outstanding University of Sussex researchers.

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2019
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched the world's first guide for treating children severely injured by explosives.

Psychology - 14.02.2019
Aims to give birth to fearless pregnancy
Academics and local business owners have launched a new research project to ease fear and anxiety around childbirth for parents to be.

Psychology - 07.02.2019
Free online course created to help better understand and prevent suicide
A new, free online course has been developed to allow healthcare professionals, and those working with at-risk or vulnerable individuals, to gain a better understanding of suicide and ways to prevent it.

Psychology - 21.01.2019
To look at a dog’s emotional attachment to toys
Does your dog have an attachment to toys' If so, researchers from the University of Bristol Vet School and School of Psychological Science want to hear from dog owners for a new study on pets' attachment to toys.

Psychology - 10.12.2018
£1.5m study to test diagnostic tool for child and adolescent mental health
A diagnostic tool, which can be used by mental health clinicians to assess children and teenagers, is to be evaluated by experts from the University of Nottingham and Institute of Mental Health, thanks to a £1.5m NIHR grant.

Health - Psychology - 01.11.2018
Spotlight on children
Spotlight on children
Today we launch our new ' Spotlight on children ', a focus on research taking place at the University of Cambridge relating to children and childhood - from health to education, language to literacy, parents to playtime, risk to resilience.

Health - Psychology - 16.10.2018
Which factors are linked with wellbeing and medication adherence in young adults with kidney failure
16 October 2018 A new study led by the University of Bristol has evaluated important aspects of psychological health in young adults with kidney failure.

Psychology - Health - 20.09.2018
Neuroscientist named as global rising star by top academic publisher
Neuroscientist named as global rising star by top academic publisher
A University of Sussex neuroscientist has been named as an emerging leader in her field by the world's leading multidisciplinary science journal.

Psychology - 12.09.2018
New network launched to enhance the rigour and reliability of UK scientific research
A new Reproducibility Network that aims to improve the rigour and reliability of UK-led scientific research will launch at the University of Bristol this week [Wednesday 12 September]. The Network aims to reinforce the leading position of UK science by co-ordinating shared training and best practice across research-intensive universities.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 14.08.2018
Neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary
Neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary
Sussex neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary Professor of Cognitive & Computational Neuroscience, Anil Seth , features as one of nine scientists sharing ideas in a n

Health - Psychology - 16.07.2018
Loneliness is contagious - and here's how to beat it
Loneliness is contagious - and here’s how to beat it
One in three adults is affected by loneliness. It's time for us to take a risk and let others into our lives, says Olivia Remes, PhD candidate at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, writing for The Conversation .

Health - Psychology - 03.07.2018
Dr Sally Marlow interviews Jeremy Hunt for BBC Radio 4
Dr Sally Marlow from King's College London has interviewed Jeremy Hunt, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, as part of a BBC Radio 4 series on adolescent mental health.

Career - Psychology - 26.06.2018
The stresses and strains of work and unemployment
The stresses and strains of work and unemployment
A stressful workplace can damage your health. But so too can being out of work. Cambridge researchers are trying to understand why both situations can be detrimental to our health and wellbeing - and help employers and government provide solutions.

Health - Psychology - 15.06.2018
UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex
UK’s first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex
UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex The UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex today, Friday 15 June 2018, following a successful trial.

Psychology - Computer Science / Telecom - 04.04.2018

Health - Psychology - 27.03.2018
New grant for mental health research
A team at Cardiff University, led by Professor Jeremy Hall, has been awarded a £1m grant to harness the power of data science to improve early interventions and treatment in mental health.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 16.02.2018
Better tools needed to diagnose depression in people with autism
Autistic adults are not being effectively diagnosed with depression due to a lack of asessment tools, a new study has found.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 14.02.2018
Reality check
Reality check
Reality check Ever had a hallucination? Did you know that you're having one right now? Our grip on reality is, according to neuroscientists, much less tangible than we believe.

Health - Psychology - 12.02.2018
Sibling bullying makes psychotic disorders three times more likely
People who were bullied by siblings during childhood are up to three times more likely to develop psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia in early adulthood, according to new research by the University of Warwick.

Health - Psychology - 31.01.2018
NHS mental health services to offer virtual reality treatment
The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) awarded £4 million to enable state-of-the-art psychological therapy to be delivered via virtual reality (VR) in the NHS, in a project that brings toge

Health - Psychology - 24.01.2018
The Duchess of Cambridge visits King's College London's IoPPN and the Mother and Baby Unit at Bethlem Royal Hospital
The Duchess of Cambridge today visited the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute at King's College London to find out more about the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience 's (

Health - Psychology - 02.01.2018
Unreasonable demands lead to substantial rise in perfectionism among young people
Increasingly demanding lifestyles and growing competition for university and jobs mean young people today are reporting higher levels of perfectionism than did previous generations 30 years ago, say the authors of a new study. The cohort study from health researchers in our Department for Health with colleagues at York St John University found that recent generations of young people in the UK, US and Canada reported substantially higher rates of perfectionism than previous generations at the same period of life.

Health - Psychology - 05.12.2017
Children with mental health problems more likely to be out of work by 55
Children with mental health problems more likely to be out of work by 55
Physical and mental illness at younger ages can have a significant impact on people's prospects of being in employment in later life, according to two reports from the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) and the renEWL research team based at UCL.

Psychology - Business / Economics - 14.11.2017
Opinion: What can we learn about you from just one click?
Opinion: What can we learn about you from just one click?
How effective is psychological targeting in advertising? Dr Sandra Matz, a former PhD student at Cambridge now based at Columbia University, and her co-authors, including Dr David Stillwell from the C

Health - Psychology - 10.11.2017
Research unit to bring evidence to forefront of mental health policy
Research unit to bring evidence to forefront of mental health policy
UCL and King's College London are leading the establishment of a new policy research unit, the NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit, which will bring mental health researchers, clinicians, service users and carers closer together. The main aim of the unit is to provide research to inform policy makers.

Health - Psychology - 10.11.2017
Research unit to bring evidence to forefront of mental health policy
King's College London and UCL are leading the establishment of a new policy research unit, the NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit, which will bring mental health researchers, clinicians, service users and carers closer together. The main aim of the unit is to provide research to inform policy makers.

Psychology - Academic Rankings - 09.11.2017

Health - Psychology - 09.11.2017

Psychology - Academic Rankings - 08.11.2017

Health - Psychology - 19.10.2017
Kidney failure's effects on the psychosocial health and lifestyle of young adults
Kidney failure’s effects on the psychosocial health and lifestyle of young adults
Kidney failure is associated with lower quality of life in young people and limited employment, independence, and relationships compared with healthy peers, according to an analysis led by the University of Bristol and published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN).

Psychology - 13.10.2017
To make your voice more "trustworthy" to a listener
We are often told that you only get one chance to make a first impression and for years people have questioned just how to go about it.

Health - Psychology - 11.10.2017
Experts express concerns over infant mental health assessment
Experts express concerns over infant mental health assessment
Forty world experts on child development and mental health have released a joint statement calling for caution when applying an influential classification for assessing infant mental health and potential cases of abuse.

Health - Psychology - 10.10.2017
World Mental Health Day: what is the impact of mental health first aid in the workplace?
Academics at the University of Nottingham are marking World Mental Health Day by appealing for participants to take part in a study investigating the impact of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) in the workplace.

Health - Psychology - 15.09.2017
Cuts to mental health services putting young people at risk, say experts
Cuts to mental health services putting young people at risk, say experts
Funding cuts and austerity measures are damaging young people's access to mental health services, with potentially long-term consequences for their mental wellbeing, say researchers at the University of Cambridge. We need to acknowledge the mental health suffering in our young people that has only been increasingly apparent in recent years, and resolve to improve young people's access to effective mental health services.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 08.09.2017
Self-harm intervention vital part of suicide prevention
Self-harm intervention is a vital part of suicide prevention for young people in care according to recent research from experts at the University of Nottingham.

Art and Design - Psychology - 06.09.2017
New app could transform music teaching in schools
New app could transform music teaching in schools
New app could transform music teaching in schools A new app is being launched this week that could transform the way music is taught and played in schools.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 05.09.2017
From postcode rivals to riot partners: the psychology of the 2011 rioters explained
From postcode rivals to riot partners: the psychology of the 2011 rioters explained
From postcode rivals to riot partners: the psychology of the 2011 rioters explained A new study on the psychology of rioting has explained for the first time how postcode rivalries dissipated and rioters formed new allegiances as a shared sense of community emerged during the 2011 riots that spread across England.

Psychology - Health - 24.07.2017
Mothers with troubled childhoods more likely to have children with emotional and behavioural difficulties
Mothers who had a difficult or traumatic upbringing are more likely to have children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, according to a study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.
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