Psychology at the University of Bristol was established in 1901 with the appointment of Conwy Lloyd Morgan, the first UK Professor of Psychology (and Ethics).
Our current teaching and research spans developmental, social, cognitive and biological psychology, neuropsychology and vision science.
A collegiate, interactive and friendly atmosphere, with small staff-student ratios, is the perfect environment to share our aptitude and passion for psychological science.
We work with ideas, people and techniques that we enjoy. Simply put, we want to find students who will share a sense of fun and adventure in our science.
We offer a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
Teaching and research are carried out in state of the art laboratories within the school.
The school undertakes fundamental and applied research that contributes to knowledge and understanding of human cognition and behaviour.
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Updated 23 May 2013 by School of Experimental Psychology
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