School of Psychology


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Why watching someone itch makes you scratch

12 November 2012

Have you ever experienced the feelings of itchiness while watching someone else scratch?

Sussex research probes role of creamy textures and flavours in satisfying appetite

31 October 2012

Diet foods that offer thicker, creamier textures increase expectations of satisfaction, reveals new Sussex research.

Psychologist’s conference talk explores how head wins over heart in the quest for power

9 October 2012

The abuse of power is never far from the news, with leaders in politics, banking, the law and the media all shown to be expert in bending the rules.

Melanie Crouch

16 July 2012

A special tribute will be paid today (Thursday morning 19 July 2012) when Melanie Crouch is awarded a posthumous Bachelor of Science degree.

Becky’s eye view of what’s on our minds

16 July 2012

Becky Heaver’s psychology research involved asking people to lie to her, but she finds it impossible to tell lies herself.

Secrets of the mind unlocked at consciousness conference

15 June 2012

A major conference dedicated to examining the brain processes of consciousness is being hosted by Sussex’s Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science.

Follow the crowd – with help from leading psychologists

4 November 2011

Events around the world made 2011 the year of the crowd – from protests in the Middle East and London to festival culture and and crowd-sourcing.

How female wisdom in old age helps elephants survive

16 March 2011

The value of mature female experience may be something that human society needs to be reminded of, but elephants have good reason never to forget.

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