The School’s research profile is structured along three streams:
Co-ordinator: Professor Risto Kauppinen
The brain and behaviour team investigate the interplay of brain structure and function as well as neurobiological mechanisms and behaviour during human life span. Parallel to research on normal behaviour, memory and cognitive performance, the pursuits aim to improving understanding of biological underpinnings for several common health issues, such as general well-being, mental health and dementia.
Co-ordinator: Dr Angela Rowe
This grouping has particular strengths in language, developmental psychology, social cognition, visual perception, memory, tactile action perception and decision-making - and interactions between these domains.
Co-ordinator: Professor Lucy Yardley
The physical and mental health team specialise in mental health data science, tobacco and alcohol research, digital health and nutrition and behaviour
School of Psychological Science publications
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School of Psychological Science Research Strategy
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