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.
Dzafic, Ilvana, Oestreich, Lena,
Martin, Andrew K., Mowry, Bryan & Burianová, Hana (2019). Stria terminalis, amygdala, and temporoparietal junction networks facilitate efficient emotion processing under expectations. Human Brain Mapping 40(18): 5382-5396.
Jones, Samuel A.,
Beierholm, Ulrik, Meijer, David & Noppeney, Uta (2019). Older adults sacrifice response speed to preserve multisensory integration performance. Neurobiology of Aging 84: 148-157.
Negen, James, Chere, Brittney Bird, Laura, Taylor, Ellen, Roome, Hannah, Keenaghan, Samantha, Thaler, Lore & Nardini, Marko (2019). Sensory Cue Combination in Children Under 10 Years of Age. Cognition 193: 104014.
Tüttenberg, Simone C & Wiese, Holger (2019). Learning own- and other-race facial identities from natural variability. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72(12): 2788-2800.
Van de Vyver, J, Abrams, D, Spinner, L, Pelletier, J, Ali, S.Y & Kapantai, I (2019). Participatory arts interventions promote interpersonal and intergroup prosocial intentions in middle childhood. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 65: 101069.
Tüttenberg, Simone C. & Wiese, Holger (2019). Learning own- and other-race facial identities: Testing implicit recognition with event-related brain potentials. Neuropsychologia 134: 107218.
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