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Grant from the Bial Foundation to examine hallucinatory anomalous body experiences
Grant from the Bial Foundation to examine hallucinatory anomalous body experiences
Description
Dr Jason Braithwaite (pictured right) has been awarded a grant for €41,600 from the Bial Foundation to examine anomalous body experiences in non-clinical populations.
Date:
29/07/2015
The hyperexcitable brain: two papers published
The hyperexcitable brain: two papers published
Description
Dr Jason Braithwaite has published two new papers which explore the hyperexcitable cortex in individuals predisposed to anomalous perceptions.
Date:
29/07/2015
PhD student awarded Funds for Women Graduates grant
PhD student awarded Funds for Women Graduates grant
Description
School of Psychology PhD student Maria Pomoni is the successful recipient of the Emergency Grant for 2015 from the Funds for Women Graduates (FfWg).
Date:
21/07/2015
How eating a meal affects brain responses
How eating a meal affects brain responses
Description
A recent paper by Dr Suzanne Higgs and Dr Jason Thomas published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports the results of a study on the brain processes involved in control of meal size. Findings show that eating a meal reduces brain reward response to food and increases activity in brain regions involved in behaviour control.
Date:
15/07/2015
Doctoral researchers hold successful interdisciplinary conference on Culture
Doctoral researchers hold successful interdisciplinary conference on Culture
Description
Two doctoral researchers from the School of Psychology - Eva Reindl and Elisa Bandini, and Nimrita Rana from the Department of Anthropology and African Studies organised a successful one-day interdisciplinary conference on 'The Origins and Transmission of Culture (OToC)'.
Date:
29/06/2015
Researchers featured on Channel 4 childhood behaviour programme
Researchers featured on Channel 4 childhood behaviour programme
Description
Dr Jackie Blissett and Dr Sissy Stefanidou were recently interviewed as part of the Born Naughty Channel 4 programme.
Date:
26/06/2015
Participants needed (13-17 years of age)
Participants needed (13-17 years of age)
Description
Researchers in the School of Psychology are looking for healthy teenagers to participate in a research project. The project is studying how young people respond to rewarding information.
Date:
02/06/2015
The Conversation: Why do heavier children do worse at school? It's not their fault
The Conversation: Why do heavier children do worse at school? It's not their fault
Description
Heavier people are less likely to be hired and more likely to be fired – and some of this may begin at school. Angela Meadows, Doctoral Researcher in the School of Psychology, comments.
Date:
02/06/2015
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