• Brain Box visits St. John the Evangelist, Clevedon 7 February 2014 Brain Box visits the Year 6 classes at St. John the Evangelist Primary School
  • £7.4 million study seeks to explain what drives our appetites 5 February 2014 Understanding how early life experiences affect food choices in adulthood will be investigated as part of a major new European Commission-funded research initiative, ‘Nudge-it’, led by the University of Edinburgh and conducted by experts from 16 institutions across the world, including the University of Bristol.
  • Welcome to Dr Gretel Loten 3 February 2014 We would like to welcome Dr Gretel Loten who has joined the school as a Daphne Jackson Trust Fellow
  • Professor Bruce Hood Receives Society Award 31 January 2014 We are pleased to announce that Professor Bruce Hood has received the British Psychological Society 2013 Public Engagement and Media Award
  • Launch of Psyche magazine 30 January 2014 Psyche, the University of Bristol's new Psychology publication, launch first issue. The launch event was well attended by staff and students and hosted by the Editorial Team.
  • Bristol Neuroscience Festival 24 January 2014 Latest video produced by Life Media UK captures the Bristol Neuroscience Festival which took place last Autumn and features several staff members from the School.
  • Kyoto-Bristol Workshop 20 January 2014 PhD students Olivia Matthews and László Tálas attended the 'Kyoto-Bristol Workshop for PhD students in Experimental Psychology' and had the chance to collaborate with Postgraduate Researchers from Kyoto.
  • Motion Influences the Perception of Background Lightness 16 January 2014 A recent paper published in i-Perception by Hiroshi Ashida and Nicholas Scott-Samuel demonstrates how motion influences how we perceive background lightness.
  • 2013: Another productive year for TARG 13 January 2014 2013 was another great year for TARG. Here are the main news stories for the year.
  • How we look in the right place at the right time 9 January 2014 Human visually guided behaviour relies on looking in the right place at the right time. Researchers from the University of Bristol have identified how the selection of potential locations of interest in the visual scene is combined with detailed object recognition in the central visual field. Both tasks are performed simultaneously and without interfering with each other.
  • Welcome to Dr Nikolitsa Stathopoulou 9 September 2013 We would like to welcome Dr Nikolitsa Stathopoulou, who has joined the School as a Marie-Curie Research Fellow. Nikolitsa will be working alongside Professor Chris Jarrold on a new EU-funded, Marie Curie research project titled “The Interaction between Language and Memory in Neurodevelopmental Conditions: Evidence from Cross-Linguistic Comparisons”.
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