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.
Find out about life at Bath and studying our courses through Postgraduate Open Days, fairs and events.
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.
Lecturer in Child Clinical Psychology, Rachel Hiller, writes for The Conversation on helping kids to sleep.
The first scientific study of the techniques people use to disguise autism suggest they could be a barrier to diagnosis and result in poor mental health.
New research suggests that rethinking prescriptions for smokers with mental health conditions wishing to kick the habit could have a significant impact.
A new Nature Reviews article suggests much more needs to be done to improve diagnosis and treatment for children with behaviour problems.
We're looking for people with hoarding difficulties to take part in research so that we can improve treatment. You will receive an Amazon voucher for your time.
We're looking for volunteers to take part in our study about the experiences of trans and gender nonconforming adolescents and young people in the UK.
The Department of Psychology needs volunteers for a research project to examine the effects of working memory training on daily smokers.
We're looking for people with chronic pain (like CRPS) and pain-free volunteers to study changes in the way they that notice sensations in their affected limb.
New GrantCraft funding will help push forward Emily’s research investigating the psychological strengths of autism.
University of Bath psychologist Dr Ian Walker has claimed a new world record for crossing Europe by bike solo and unsupported in the quickest time ever.
A VR project, involving Bath psychologist Danaë Stanton Fraser, will be showcased at an event taking place at the Watershed in Bristol on Tuesday 25 June.
Pioneering initiatives from CAAR to improve access and opportunities for the autistic community are singled out as part of UUK’s #MadeAtUni campaign.
Tamsyn Hawken, Dr Tara Cheetham and Dr Vangelis Katsampouris have each co-authored a chapter in the new Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine.