Our degrees provide you with a solid grounding across the psychology discipline, with particular focus on cognitive, health, social and clinical psychology.
Department of Psychology
A large and growing team of staff offers expertise in a broad spectrum of psychology topics, which allows our students to work across traditional boundaries.
We offer a range of postgraduate options, from taught master's degrees to research degrees.
We offer courses in systemic theory and evidence based practice.
PhD student Victoria Williamson's research will help us understand parents' experiences of caring for a child after a traumatic event.
Tess Rugg explains how her placement in pain research has given her skills and confidence to consider a PhD in Psychology.
Research excellence for us means being an internationally recognised, research-intensive department that focuses on theoretically informed applied psychology.
New research from an international team of psychologists, including Gosia Goclowska, suggests that seeking out new experiences can lead to light bulb moments.
The new report from Alcohol Research UK, compiled by our psychologists, suggests more needs to be done to regulate alcohol marketing on social media.
New international research suggests most people aspire to be moderate, which may have benefits for individuals and the environment.
See the schedule of seminars taking place in the Department of Psychology.
Help us understand how people discuss contemporary topics.
Take part in our new research project examining how parents of young people aged 14 to 25 think about their child’s future.
Volunteers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are needed for a new study analysing the effects of social perception on counting ability and emotional memory.
We're looking for volunteers to take part in a study that explores the effects of a hangover on management of emotions.
Ian Walker is celebrating (and recovering) after notching up 4300km over 11 countries to win the North Cape 4000 unsupported bike race in just 11 days.
Hope's research focuses on parents who have experienced something traumatic, and who may have developed post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of that.
The new art installation, designed by local theatre company Kilter with Dr Melissa Atkinson, will be on display as part of this week's Bath Fringe Festivals.
Latest research from psychologists and neuroscientists points to subtle differences in brain connectivity impacting young people with Conduct Disorder.
In the run-up to World Autism Awareness Day (2 April) our Centre for Applied Autism Research is launching its new autism MOOC with partners in China.
Psychology at the University of Bath has been ranked highly in the latest national university rankings.
This residential event at the University of Bath allows students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to experience aspects of university and student life.
This annual conference will focus on how much work shapes our mental health.