Psychology undergraduate students are awarded BPS Undergraduate Research Assistantships
11 June 2019
Two undergraduate students from the School of Psychological Science are awarded Research Assistantships from the British Psychological Society.
On the 20th May 2019 two students had receieved confirmation that they had been successful in gaining an Undergraduate Research Assistantship from the British Psychological Society.
Katie Taylor, a second year BSc student, will be working alongside Danielle Ferriday in the school's Nutrition and Behaviour Unit on the project: Adaptive memory? Exploring the effects of hunger on spatial memory.
Ryane Tully, a third year Psychology with Innovation student, will be working alongside Olivia Maynard in the school's Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group on the project: Exploring the changes in mood and cognition during the MDMA 'comedown'.
The scheme is a prestigious award that marks out a student as a future researcher and potential academic. We are extremely proud of each and every one of our students and are very pleased that this opportunity has been offered to them.
Full details on the BPS Assistantship Scheme can be found on their website.