Our 33 members of academic staff consistently produce and publish high impact research spanning all subdisciplines of psychology. We provide a world-class research environment for postgraduate students across a huge variety of specialisms. Much of our research is interdisciplinary both within the department and outside of the department.
Riby, D. M. & Hanley, M. (2020). Profiles of academic achievement and attention in children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities (Special edition) 106: 103749.
Spicer, Jake, Sanborn, Adam N. &
Beierholm, Ulrik R. (2020). Using Occam's razor and Bayesian modelling to
compare discrete and continuous representations in numerosity judgements. Cognitive Psychology 122: 101309.
Boothroyd, L.G., Jucker, J.-L., Thornborrow, T. Barton, R., Burt, D.M. Evans, E.H. Jamieson, M. & Tovee, M.J. (2020). Television Consumption Drives Perceptions of Female Body Attractiveness in a Population Undergoing Technological Transition. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119(4): 839-860.
Reynolds, J. P.,
Vasiljevic, M., Pilling, M. Hall, M. G., Ribisl, K. M. & Marteau, T. M. (2020). Communicating evidence about the causes of obesity and support for obesity policies: Two population-based survey experiments. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17(18): 6539.
Alderson-Day, Ben, Moffatt, Jamie, Bernini, Marco, Mitrenga, Kaja, Yao, Bo & Fernyhough, Charles (2020). Processing Speech and Thoughts during Silent Reading: Direct Reference Effects for Speech by Fictional Characters in Voice-Selective Auditory Cortex and a Theory-of-Mind Network. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 32(9): 1637-1653.
Hausmann, M., Kane, P. & Weis, S. (2020). The relationship between language ability and brain activity across language processes and modalities. Neuropsychologia 146: 107536.
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