The Open Psychology Research Centre (OPRC) has published its second annual review.
In the past year, the OPRC has solidified its committee structures, hired its first postdoctoral researchers (PDRAs), and begun to develop systems for engaging OU students in the research life of the school of Psychology and Counselling.
The Centre supported multiple research projects across the school’s three research strands; the Culture and Social Psychology strand (CUSP), the Forensic Cognition Research Group (FCRG) and the Psychology of Health and Well-Being Group (PHEW), and the School saw its best performance in grant capture in many years. The centre also supported the international visibility of its early career researchers, through conference support, as the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic began to loosen. The OPRC recruited its international advisory board, and convened its first meeting.
The review provides an overview of the these and other Centre activities during the 2021-2022 year, media highlights offered through the OPRC website, the School of Psychology & Counselling website, and School's Wordpress.
For further information please contact the OPRC team.