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.
Weick, M. (2020). Power and aggression: making sense of a fickle relationship. Current Opinion in Psychology 33: 245-249.
Dodsworth, C, Norman, LJ & Thaler, L (2020). Navigation and Perception of Spatial Layout in Virtual Echo-Acoustic Space. Cognition 197: 104185.
Jones, E.K., Hanley, M. & Riby, D.M. (2020). Distraction, Distress and Diversity: Exploring the impact of sensory processing differences on learning and school life for pupils with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 72: 101515.
Knight, Frances Le Cornu, Bremner, Andrew J. &
Cowie, Dorothy (2020). Does the language we use to segment the body, shape the way we perceive it? A study of tactile perceptual distortions. Cognition 197: 104127.
Hadden, Lowri M., Alderson‐Day, Ben, Jackson, Mike, Fernyhough, Charles & Bentall, Richard P. (2020).
The auditory‐verbal hallucinations of Welsh–English bilingual people. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 93(1): 122-133.
Clark, Cory J., Winegard, Bo M., Beardslee, Jordan, Baumeister, Roy F. & Shariff, Azim F. (2020). Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ. Psychological Science 31(2): 170-183.
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