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Health - Psychology - 23.02.2024
Nearly 10 million households in crisis due to health inequity from cold homes

Psychology - Health - 22.02.2024
Empowering Autistic Teens: New Clinician Advice for Navigating Chronic Pain
Empowering Autistic Teens: New Clinician Advice for Navigating Chronic Pain
New guidance from The University of Bath could help autistic adolescents living with chronic pain, get better treatment.

Health - Psychology - 22.02.2024
Postnatal depression and marginalised women: Shocking revelations from University of Warwick researchers
A new study from the University of Warwick exposes the stark disparities within society that have long supressed the voices of marginalised women dealing with postnatal depression. Titled "The Last Taboo of Motherhood?", and funded by the Wellcome Trust, the project sheds light on how societal structures have stigmatised working-class, unmarried, teenage, disabled, lesbian, and ethnic minority mothers in the delivery of maternity care and responses to maternal mental health throughout the 20 century.

Health - Psychology - 16.02.2024
Mental health needs of young people with language disorder are being neglected
There is an urgent need to address inequality in health services, especially mental health provision, for young people with developmental language disorder (DLD), argue a team led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Psychology - 14.02.2024
School absence rates have rocketed - the whole educational experience needs to change
School absence rates have rocketed - the whole educational experience needs to change

Psychology - 12.02.2024
Lack of play in temporary accommodation could affect children’s development
Researchers from UCL are calling for play to be a key priority when supporting the needs of children in temporary accommodation.

Health - Psychology - 07.02.2024
Autism crisis sees thousands of children wait years for support, report finds

Psychology - Pedagogy - 07.02.2024
Children of care leavers risk inheriting parents' emotional scars
Children of care leavers risk inheriting parents’ emotional scars
The trauma associated with care experience casts a long shadow on mothers' mental health and that of their children, finds new UCL research. The researchers found that mothers who had lived in care were at greater risk of mental health difficulties than their peers who hadn't experienced care, with their children also experiencing higher rates of psychological problems.

Health - Psychology - 06.02.2024
AI research receives a major boost with £80M national initiative
AI research receives a major boost with £80M national initiative

Health - Psychology - 02.02.2024
Psychological care delivered over the phone is an effective way to combat loneliness and depression, according to a major new study
Happy senior man answering smartphone while sitting on couch at nursing home porch Depression and loneliness can be prevented using structured telephone-based psychological care, delivered over 8 weeks, according to new research.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 31.01.2024
Uncovering new insights into childhood brain development
New funding will allow researchers to uncover new information about the changes that occur in the developing brain during late childhood and adolescence, with a focus on both neurotypical and neurodivergent development.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 24.01.2024
University awarded £23.5m to lead delivery of educational psychology training

Astronomy / Space - Psychology - 01.01.2024
New Year Honours for University of Birmingham astrophysicist and psychiatrist

Psychology - 22.12.2023
UCL support available following shooting at Charles University, Prague
UCL support available following shooting at Charles University, Prague

Career - Psychology - 05.12.2023
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
Study of UK lawyers flags need to consider emotions and coping skills in career progression.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 23.11.2023
New survey reveals that a quarter of UK adults mistrust others
A major new survey of trust and mistrust in the UK has revealed worryingly high levels of mistrust in society, with a quarter of respondents mistrustful of other people and a similar proportion keen for help to feel more trusting. Researchers from the University of Oxford surveyed a representative group of 10,382 UK adults.

Health - Psychology - 22.11.2023
Led support for parents and families affected by war

Psychology - 21.11.2023
Female charity workers suffered high levels of stress during the pandemic and cost of living crisis
Female charity workers, who supported vulnerable women throughout and beyond the pandemic, experienced high levels of psychological distress, a new study by the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research has found.

Psychology - Health - 02.11.2023
Scientists urge people to talk about cost of living crisis on mental health
Scientists urge people to talk about cost of living crisis on mental health
People living in Hampshire and Dorset are being urged to talk about their experiences of the cost of living crisis and its impact on their mental health.

Health - Psychology - 02.11.2023
Spotlight on... Naaheed Mukadam
Spotlight on... Naaheed Mukadam

Psychology - Health - 23.10.2023
New resources aim to bring light to people living with seasonal depression

Psychology - 09.10.2023
Support for students and staff affected by events in the Middle East
Support for students and staff affected by events in the Middle East

Psychology - 06.10.2023
Centre for New Writing’s Gareth Gavin named in Goldsmith Prize shortlist

Psychology - 21.09.2023
UCU industrial action called off
UCU industrial action called off

Psychology - Health - 20.09.2023
Suppressing negative thoughts may be good for mental health after all
The commonly-held belief that attempting to suppress negative thoughts is bad for our mental health could be wrong, a new study from scientists at the University of Cambridge suggests. What we found runs counter to the accepted narrative Michael Anderson Researchers at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit trained 120 volunteers worldwide to suppress thoughts about negative events that worried them, and found that not only did these become less vivid, but that the participants' mental health also improved.

Psychology - 13.09.2023
Support for students and staff affected by events in Morocco and Libya
Support for students and staff affected by events in Morocco and Libya

Psychology - 11.09.2023
Support for students and staff affected by the earthquake in Morocco
Support for students and staff affected by the earthquake in Morocco

Psychology - 31.08.2023
Opinion: Balancing humility and conviction is the art of disagreeing well

Event - Psychology - 30.08.2023
Three UCL researchers among Royal Society Medal winners
Three UCL researchers among Royal Society Medal winners

Psychology - Health - 29.08.2023
Breathe! The shape-shifting ball that supports mental health
Breathe! The shape-shifting ball that supports mental health
A soft ball designed to support mental health by -personifying- breath has been invented by a computer science student at the University of Bath.

Health - Psychology - 24.08.2023
Wellbeing hubs crucial for psychological support for health and social care staff during pandemic
A study, sponsored by Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH), and funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), has found that mental health wellbeing hubs were an important source of support for health and social care staff throughout the pandemic.

Health - Psychology - 22.08.2023
Mental health schemes for cardiac patients shortlisted for HSJ award

Health - Psychology - 17.07.2023
Impact of Covid-19 on clinically vulnerable to be studied with new APPG survey
University of Bath clinical psychologist, Dr Jo Daniels, is advising the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Vulnerable Groups to Pandemics.

Health - Psychology - 17.07.2023
Impact of Covid-19 on mental health and political engagement to be studied with new APPG survey
University of Bath clinical psychologist, Dr Jo Daniels, is advising the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Vulnerable Groups to Pandemics On Monday 17 July Dr Luca Bernardi, Senior Lecturer at the Uni

Psychology - 06.07.2023
Opinion: Why is the Barbie DreamHouse so creepy?
Writing in the Conversation, Dr Joana Jacob Ramalho (UCL SELCS) breaks down the latest in a series of global marketing stunts promoting Greta Gerwig's new film, a real-life Barbie DreamHouse created by Airbnb.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 06.07.2023
Helping adolescents to feel competent and purposeful - not just happy - may improve grades
Study of 600 teenagers suggests that having stronger self-awareness and sense of purpose may raise GCSE Maths scores -by a couple of grades-. Wellbeing education needs to move beyond notions of -boosting- happiness towards deeper engagement, helping adolescents to realise their unique talents and aspirations Ros McLellan Encouraging adolescents to feel capable and purposeful - rather than just happy - could improve their academic results as well as their mental health, according to new research which recommends changing how wellbeing is supported in schools.

Health - Psychology - 28.06.2023
Missed opportunities for the one in five with anal incontinence after childbirth
Researchers are calling for improved care and more awareness of injuries that leave over one in five of those giving birth with anal incontinence.

Psychology - Health - 28.06.2023
How I’m feeling now - Lewis Capaldi and looking after our mental health
Singer Lewis Capaldi is taking a break from touring to look after his mental health - does the public response indicate a step towards better mental healthcare?

Psychology - Health - 26.06.2023
Number of autistic people in England may be twice as high as previously thought
The true number of autistic people in England may be more than double the number often cited in national health policy documents, suggests a new study by UCL researchers. The first-of-its-kind research, published in  The Lancet Regional Health Europe,  estimated how many adults in England may have undiagnosed autism.

Pharmacology - Psychology - 22.06.2023
Opinion: Antidepressants can cause withdrawal symptoms - here's what you need to know
Opinion: Antidepressants can cause withdrawal symptoms - here’s what you need to know

Health - Psychology - 19.06.2023
The University’s new Dame and Knight invested at Buckingham Palace

Social Sciences - Psychology - 19.06.2023
Bath Babylab to study what goes on in the minds of little ones
Psychologists at the University of Bath will open their doors to the public through a fascinating new initiative focused on children's development. A new facility at the University of Bath will officially open its doors this weekend (Saturday 24 June) at a public event to showcase the work of the Bath Babylab.

Psychology - Health - 15.06.2023
£1.2 million funding to unlock new online support for young people's mental health
£1.2 million funding to unlock new online support for young people’s mental health

Psychology - 13.06.2023
Spotlight on... Dr Sonia Greenidge
Spotlight on... Dr Sonia Greenidge

Health - Psychology - 31.05.2023
Study starts to unravel stigma around ME
Stock-photo-tired-middle-aged-woman-lying-in-bed-can-t-sleep-late-at-morning-with-insomnia-adult-lady-sick-or-2162161347.jpg Tired middle aged woman lying in bed can't sleep late at morning with insomnia. Adult lady sick or sad depressed sleeping at home. A study has thrown crucial new light on the relationship between the mental and physical health of people who suffer from three stigmatising disorders whose symptoms are not medically explained, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) - also known as ME.

Health - Psychology - 26.05.2023
Imperial addiction researcher appointed to national role to tackle drug harms
Anne Lingford-Hughes has been appointed to a national role aimed at tackling addiction and improving treatment outcomes.

Health - Psychology - 22.05.2023
Poor self-esteem and body image increase weight and poor mental health in teens
Promoting positive body image and self-esteem among children could help reduce poor mental health associated with being higher weight in adolescence. These are the findings of a study of more than 12,000 children in the UK in which researchers from Imperial College London explored the impacts of psychological and social factors on the relationship between mental health and body mass index (BMI) throughout adolescence.

Psychology - 03.05.2023
Search is on for 'super memorisers' to help scientists unlock the secrets of memory
Search is on for ’super memorisers’ to help scientists unlock the secrets of memory
Cambridge scientists are today launching a search to find people who have exceptional memory, as they attempt to understand why some people are much better at remembering than others. Memory is one of the best understood psychological processes in terms of brain networks and yet we still don't really know why some people have exceptional memories Jon Simons Anyone who believes they have an exceptional memory is invited to take an online survey and memory test.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 13.04.2023
Assisted reproduction kids grow up just fine - but it may be better to tell them early about biological origins, twenty-year study suggests
Landmark study finds no difference in psychological wellbeing or quality of family relationships between children born by assisted reproduction (egg or sperm donation or surrogacy) and those born naturally at age 20.

Psychology - 30.03.2023
Manchester experts to help robots better understand human emotions and improve dialogue with machines
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