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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
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
Student zoo trip to observe animal behaviour
Student zoo trip to observe animal behaviour
Description
Final year students studying Higher Cognitive Functions enjoyed a trip to the zoo earlier this semester.
Date:
05/03/2015
Student paper exploring attitudes of support workers towards individuals with intellectual disabilities
Description
Undergraduate student Natalie Golding and Professor John Rose have published a paper in the Journal of Intellectual Disabilities which explores support workers' attitudes and knowledge towards individuals with intellectual disabilities to see whether a new attitude scale needs to be developed.
Date:
20/02/2015
Undergraduate student paper cited as most read within Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities
Description
A paper published in December 2010 by Abbye Andrews (undergraduate student currently training to become a clinical psychologist) and Professor John Rose has been cited as the most read article within the Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities.
Date:
20/02/2015
Electricity provides the spark of understanding for brain researchers
Electricity provides the spark of understanding for brain researchers
Description
Brain oscillations are rhythmic electrical fluctuations that affect a number of cognitive functions, including memory. But can they be used to change our behaviour? Dr Simon Hanslmayr and colleagues tested this question in a paper.
Date:
01/05/2014
Doctoral Researcher Helen Whittle interviewed for BBC Wales
Description
A final year Forensic Psychology doctoral research student was recently interviewed for a news piece aired on BBC Wales and BBC radio 4.
Date:
19/12/2013
Doctoral researchers hold lunchtime talks at the new library for the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences
Doctoral researchers hold lunchtime talks at the new library for the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences
Description
Doctoral researchers from the School of Psychology recently ran a public engagement event at the New Library in Birmingham city centre. This was organised as part of the ESRC festival of Social Sciences and involved a day of posters and interactive activities with members of the public in order to present and discuss research that is taking place at the University.
Date:
05/12/2013
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