Posts Tagged ‘Psychology’

Act now to tackle online child sexual abuse, urges new report

A new psychology report launched today with the NSPCC will call for swift action to stem the dramatic increase in online abuse cases in the UK.

Professor Salkovskis receives MB Shapiro Award

Paul Salkovskis has been awarded this year's BPS MB Shapiro Award - awarded in recognition to those having achieved eminence in their profession.

New study into conduct disorder

New findings show antisocial teenagers with CD disorder have difficulty recognising facial expressions

New study reveals emotion recognition difficulties in boys and girls with severe antisocial behaviour

New findings from our Department of Psychology published today show antisocial teenagers with conduct disorder have difficulty recognising facial expressions.

Severe antisocial behaviour

New study highlights that the causes of the condition conduct disorder may differ between boys & girls

New study reveals that causes of severe antisocial behaviour may differ for boys and girls

New research from the Department of Psychology has highlighted differences in the causes of the condition conduct disorder in boys and girls.

Humans hardwired to lean to the right while kissing the world over

A new study into the psychology of kissing may have wider implications for neuroscience and cognitive sciences.

We're hardwired to lean right to kiss

Psychology of kissing study may have wider implications for neuroscience & cognitive sciences

Innovative online course to support children with autism

Our latest MOOC from the Centre for Applied Autism Research will help parents and practitioners support young people living with autism.

New findings provide deeper understanding of the way people with autism use reasoning skills.

University of Bath academics have uncovered findings to suggest that people with autism have a different way of reasoning than those not on the autism spectrum.

University of Bath and eminent psychologists open new psychology building and the Centre for Applied Autism Research

The University of Bath’s newest building is now open for teaching and research.

University of Bath and eminent psychologists open new psychology building and the Centre for Applied Autism Research

The University of Bath’s newest building is officially opening today for teaching and research, following a visit from eminent psychologist Dame Vicki Bruce.

Social scientists gather on campus

We are hosting ESRC's Research Methods Festival in The Chancellors' Building this week

National festival showcases latest trends in research

The University is hosting social scientists from around the UK for the ESRC's Research Methods Festival taking place in the Chancellors' Building this week.

Manipulate the senses to relieve pain

From virtual reality to noise control: Ed Keogh describes the multi-sensory basis of pain in The Conversation

Train police to adapt to people with autism

Our Psychology researchers highlight how more must be done to equip police officers with necessary skills

Train police to adapt to autism, urge researchers

Our latest psychology study highlights how more must be done to equip police officers with the skills to adapt when they come into contact with autistic people.

Capitalise on life transitions to instil change

House moves or a change of job provide an ideal 'window of opportunity' to promote more sustainable behaviours

Capitalise on life transitions to instil better environmental behaviours say researchers

House moves or a change of job provide an ideal 'window of opportunity' to promote more sustainable behaviours, according to a new psychology study.

Major ESRC investment for humanities and social science researchers

Two early career researchers in Education and Psychology have been recognised as Future Research Leaders by the ESRC in a highly competitive process.