A new review from Psychology experts at The Open University and University College London looks at potential sources of bias in jurors and recommendations for reducing their impact on decision-making.
How do young people make sense of their parents’/caregivers’ online sharing? our eNurture/ESRC funded project Supporting children’s mental health through familial online relationships conducts study to address this question.
Funded by the ESRC Grand Union DTP, a new doctoral studentship in the School of Psychology & Counselling will focus on ‘Detecting and de-biasing Office of National Statistics (ONS) communications using natural language processing and experimental psychology’.
Inspired by Professor John Dixon’s ESRC-funded Belfast Mobility Project (BMP), The Belfast Quilt, devised by Dr Heather Richardson, is a stunning piece of collaborative textile art - in the form of a patchwork quilt made of upcycled Irish linen.
A survey about the digital divide, COVID-19 pandemic and issues of power and control in digital technology use.
Forensic research in areas such as facial recognition is a vital element in developing the knowledge base around the techniques required to reduce wrongful convictions. Find out more with Dr Catriona Havard.
Announcing the publication of new edited book featuring the work of Paul Stenner, Experience on the edge: Theorizing liminality (Springer).
This course describes what studying for a PhD in psychology involves and provides guidance on applying to a UK university.
The Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership (GUDTP) for October 2022 is open now. The deadline for OU applications is 5pm on Tuesday, 11 January 2022.
Dr Gemma Briggs, Head of Discipline in the School of Psychology & Counselling has won an O²RB Excellence in Impact Award 2021 for her research on the dangers of hands-free phone use.
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