Suzi Gage wins prestigous Convocation Award7 December 2012Convocation annually presents awards to up to four students who have made an outstanding contribution to University life. This year, TARG's Suzi Gage is one of the winners!
Science: It's a Thing.4.Girls7 December 2012The European Commission spent over £80,000 making the atrocious "Science: It's a Girl Thing" video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g032MPrSjFA) . A group of Bristol Psychologists decided to see if they could do it better on a budget of £7.66.
Suzi wins the UK Science Blog Prize26 November 2012Last night, in a dramatic science-communication show-down, TARG's Suzi Gage was announced the joint winner of the UK Science Blog Prize
Suzi's blog shortlisted for prize14 November 2012Congratulations are coming thick and fast these days for our very own science communicator, Suzi Gage, whose blog, 'Sifting the Evidence' has been shortlisted for the 2012 UK Science Blog Prize.
Welcome to TARG's new members5 November 2012TARG is growing, and this year we've got three new PhD students and two new members of research staff joining us.
TARG members present at ResearchFest!5 November 2012TARG’s Suzi Gage and Marcus Munafo gave a talk about tobacco and cannabis use to the participants enrolled in the Children of the 90s study, as part of ResearchFest.
Suzi Gage awarded an ECNP Travel Award.28 June 2012Suzi Gage has been selected for an ECNP travel award to present her poster on cannabis use and psychotic experiences at the 25th ECNP conference in Vienna, Austria.
Marcus Munafo at No.1027 April 2012Marcus Munafo met with David Halpern and Laura Haynes of the Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team to discuss ongoing work on the effects of tobacco packaging and point of sale displays on smoking behaviour.
TARG on the 6 o'clock news17 April 2012Ahead of the government consultation on plain packaging, Olivia Maynard and Marcus Munafo appeared on the National BBC 6 o'clock news on Friday 13th April explaining the research they are currently conducting.
Facing up to Faces22 March 2012Changing biases in face perception to improve emotional processing in mental health
Do I look happy to you?9 January 2012Professor Marcus Munafò of the School of Experimental Psychology will discuss his latest research on people’s ability to understand emotion, and the link with mental health at a talk at the Watershed on 9th February 2012 at 6pm.
Nicotine preloading for smoking cessation9 January 2012We will explore whether wearing a nicotine patch prior to stopping smoking improves quit success; this should lead to the ‘unlearning’ of the association between smoking and pharmacological reward.