11 October 2017: Launch of the Centre for Forensic and Investigative Psychology
Join us to celebrate the launch of the Department's Centre for Forensic and Investigative Psychology. A free talk will be given by Becky Milne, Professor of Forensic Psychology at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth.
22 Nov. 2017: Distinguishing truth tellers from liars: a cognitive approach to verbal lie detection by Aldert Vrij, Professor of Applied Social Psychology, University of Portsmouth
A free public talk hosted by the Department's new Centre for Forensic and Investigative Psychology (CFIP). For more information on CFIP or to reserve a seat, contact Dr Wendy Kneller, Senior Lecturer in Psychology (email Wendy Kneller or phone 01962 827519).
Dr Michael Wood, Lecturer in Psychology, has been awarded nearly £8000 by the British Academy for the topical research project 'Viral rumours: Tracking the spread of speculation, misinformation, and conspiracy theories during the 2015-16 Zika virus outbreak'.
Women prefer a family man over a career-driven man
are looking for romance with men who are willing to make time for their
family, rather than the traditional male breadwinners, according to a
new study by Dr Manuela Thomae, Lecturer in Psychology.
Treating undergraduates as consumers could affect grades, new study shows
new study by Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Louise Bunce shows that
students who see themselves as consumers rather than active partners in
their education are more likely to underperform academically.