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How the 2011 riots spread: new evidence shows sense of identity was key

31 January 2019

Riots spread from Tottenham in specific waves: it was not mindless ‘contagion’.

Outreach at the beach: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in June

29 January 2019

Take your science to the seafront, share your research and inspire passers-by at Soapbox Science.

Sussex Rudd Centre to host symposium on supporting families and child mental health

29 January 2019

A symposium at Sussex on 7 February will help to deliver programmes that promote positive impacts for the lives of families, parents and children.

This Sussex Life: “I’d like to lay to rest the myth that babies only see in black and white”

22 January 2019

Alice Skelton graduates with a Psychology doctorate in infant colour perception at winter graduation this year.

Best friends like the Kardashians? Or rivals like the Milibands? How sibling relationships form

17 January 2019

How do sibling relationships form? Sussex researchers seek mums expecting baby number two

New BSMS research to drive down inequalities in dementia care

9 January 2019

Dementia patients in Sussex are invited to join a new research programme to address questions about inequalities, outcomes and costs.

University of Sussex on 'The One Show'

6 April 2018

Clinical psychologist Dr Kathy Greenwood appeared on BBC One's ‘The One Show’ to discuss SlowMo, the UK’s first digital therapy for paranoia.

Soapbox Science returns to Brighton seafront in June

7 February 2018

Soapbox Science will be returning to Brighton seafront on Saturday 2 June 2018. The call for speakers is now open – apply by 23 February.

Leverhulme Trust to fund doctoral scholarships at Sussex in sensation, perception and awareness

8 January 2018

One of the UK’s largest providers of research funding is to fund a new million-pound inter-disciplinary doctoral training programme at Sussex.

From postcode rivals to riot partners: the psychology of the 2011 rioters explained

5 September 2017

A new study on the psychology of rioting explains how postcode rivalries dissipated and rioters formed new allegiances during the 2011 riots.

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