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Almost 200 Sussex researchers have joined Covid-19 Research group

13 May 2020

190 University of Sussex researchers have signed up to join the newly-formed Covid-19 Research network.


Ministers told children must be free to play with friends to ease stress of life in lockdown

7 May 2020

Ministers urged by expert panel to prioritise children’s play and socialising over formal learning when lifting the UK’s Coronavirus lockdown.


Why collective behaviour will get us through the Covid-19 pandemic

7 May 2020

Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury is among a group of behaviour scientists giving the UK government guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.


A decade of consciousness science at Sussex

24 April 2020

Ten years on from its founding, the Sackler Centre looks back on a successful first decade and forward to even greater discoveries in the future.


The lockdown booze: How is Coronavirus affecting the UK’s drinking habits?

24 April 2020

A new research project is exploring how the Coronavirus lockdown is affecting people's attitudes towards drinking and their alcohol intake.


How Sussex is staying physically, digitally and mentally fit in a pandemic

23 April 2020

Sussex students and staff have been responding to the Covid-19 crisis in remarkable and heart-warming ways.


The School of Media, Arts and Humanities to launch in 2020

22 April 2020

Following approval from both Senate and Council, the combined schools of Media, Film and Music; English; History, Art History and Philosophy; and...


New wellbeing workshops announced for staff

22 April 2020

The Organisational Development team has scheduled a series of staff wellbeing workshops over the next few weeks.


New paper points the finger at the Rubber Hand Illusion and raises difficult questions for psychologists

10 April 2020

A world-famous psychological experiment used to explain the brain’s understanding of the body has been dismissed as not fit-for-purpose in a new paper


Symptoms, sanitising, swabs, shopping ...?

1 April 2020

Sussex academics are sharing their knowledge and expertise on how to cope and what to expect during the Covid-19 pandemic.


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