Most successful OU CPD, created by Professor Naomi Moller and Dr Andreas Vossler is shortlisted for a Times Higher Education Award 2021.
What lies behind the enigma of human destructiveness? Psychotherapist and social psychologist, David Kaposi proposes to understand it as the outcome of violent acts that fall outside the awareness of perpetrators, bystanders and victims alike.
Open Psychology for changing times. Join us for a series of events to launch the Open Psychology Research Centre.
A motion in the Scottish Parliament on the Scots law, three verdict system (guilty, not guilty, not proven) cited recent research from the School of Psychology and Counselling.
FASS academics Dr Camilla Elphick and Dr Zoë Walkington consult on a new series of the popular Bad People podcast.
Professor Sarah Crafter joins ‘Networking the educational world – Across boundaries for community-building’, a research project seeking to address significant educational inequalities, discrimination and barriers to integration faced by children and young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
Dr Lara Frumkin, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, and has secured funding of almost £50k to lead a 2-year project looking at digital technologies, power and control.
Dr Lee Curley and colleagues have been awarded a BA/Leverhulme small grant for a research project ‘Super-recognisers: Is bias their kryptonite?’
80% of drivers think that they are better than average. Why not put your abilities to the test with ‘The Mobile Office Challenge’, a new 10-minute interactive based on research by Applied Cognitive Psychologist Dr Gemma Briggs
With more than 200 million suicide attempts annually, many of us will be affected by suicide. On World Suicide Prevention Day, we speak to award-winning Psychologist, Dr. David Morrison, co-author of ‘Trauma and suicide', a section from FASS module D241 – Exploring Mental Health and Counselling.
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