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.
See the schedule of seminars taking place in the Department of Psychology.
The study brought together carers online in an effort to better understand and unpick their experiences of loneliness.
Two new studies from Dr Tom Freeman of our Addiction & Mental Health Group provide fresh insights that could assist the development of medicinal cannabis.
A BMJ clinical review, published Saturday 6 April in advance of expected NICE guidelines, offers new advice to help patients and doctors.
Are you a parent? We're looking for volunteers to help us investigate reactions that parents show towards children who have experienced a stressful life event.
Adults process information better when it refers to our 'self', this study will examine if children and adolescents show a similar self bias.
The Department of Psychology needs volunteers for a research project to examine the effects of working memory training on daily smokers.
With this study, we want to understand how to help older adults maintain good decision-making abilities throughout their lifespan.
We're looking at the relationship between students eating behaviours and alcohol consumption.
We are looking for volunteers for a study concerning safe use of technology in families. Sign up to take part.
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.
Service providers took part in a workshop to create evidence-based adaptations to improve their communication with autistic people.
Three new VR projects have been commissioned as part of a significant new research project involving Bath psychologist Professor Danaë Stanton Fraser.
The University of Bath is leading a project aiming to change the culture of academic recruitment in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).