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Research from Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh in our Department of Psychology also suggests climate researchers do more to offset their flying.
The launch of the new project and website coincides with International Developmental Language Disorder Awareness Day - Friday 16 October 2020.
The new study comes from South West DTP PhD candidate Tom Arthur and is a collaboration between the universities of Exeter and Bath.
Catherine Hamilton-Giachritsis and Graeme Fairchild provided expert analysis about online harms and adolescent development for the NSPCC’s latest report.
Bath clinical psychologists have published advice for practitioners on responding to health anxieties among children and young people resulting from COVID-19.
Psychologists from Bath and Essex suggest existing ways of testing public attitudes towards autism are not fit for purpose.
Researchers in the Department of Psychology invite you to take part in their research about the impact of the experience of betrayal on mental well-being.
This study will explore whether an immersive virtual reality environment can recreate the feelings of a young child in mothers.
We are looking for people who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but do not recall the trauma's cause.
We're looking for volunteers to take part in research to help us identify strategies for improving sleep.
Bath researchers to join team of UK’s world-leading cyber security experts in new £8.6 million centre to protect citizens online
CAMERA and CREATE lab will be part of a major £46 million regional project on digital media technologies
A new online course aims to help parents and teachers of children on the autism spectrum, including advice for those facing huge upheaval in lockdown.
Hear Senior Lecturer Dr Jo Daniels explain how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques might help us with feelings of anxiety during this pandemic.
Experts from the University will partner with Guild Living to deliver its ambitious plans to enhance urban later living communities, including within the City
Our Centre for Applied Autism Research team have been shortlisted for a national award for their research taking place on 27 February 2020.