Latest Psychology-related research news
See the latest psychology-related research news.
A new research project is exploring how the Coronavirus lockdown is affecting people's attitudes towards drinking and their alcohol intake.
New research by psychologists in Australia, USA and the University of Sussex shows how eating ‘junk food’ affects the hippocampus.
HR In Excellence in Research Award goes to University of Sussex for sixth consecutive year for excellence in supporting researchers develop careers.
A Sussex psychologist is leading a new study to explore the effect of adventurous play on children’s emotional wellbeing.
Dogs are able to recognise the same word spoken by different people and discriminate between unfamiliar people by the sound of their voice alone.
University of Sussex research shows dogs match high and low pitch sounds with the position of objects, such as bouncing ball - just like people do
Studies by Dr Graham Hole and Dr Gemma Briggs demonstrate driving while using a hands-free device is just as dangerous as a hand-held mobile phone.
Neuroscientists at the University of Sussex have developed a simple test that can spot synaesthesia in children as young as six years old.
Dame Lesley Fallowfield has been recognised for her leading role in advancing the science and care of breast cancer patients.
A link is found between depression experienced in people's twenties, thirties and forties, with a decrease in memory function in their fifties.
How do sibling relationships form? Sussex researchers seek mums expecting baby number two
Professor Anil Seth features as one of nine world-renowned experts sharing ideas in a new Vice Media documentary.
The UK’s first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex today, Friday 15 June.
Scientists at the Sussex Computer Human Interaction Lab have found for the first time evidence that sour tastes lead to more risk-taking behaviour.
Voice drops after pregnancy by one piano note, and lasts for a year.
New research investigating the emotional effects of the 2011 riots in England has found that black neighbourhoods were particularly severely impacted.
Sussex psychologist Dr John Drury has been recognised by the Economic and Social Research Council for the impact of his research on public policy.
Clinical psychologist Dr Kathy Greenwood appeared on BBC One's ‘The One Show’ to discuss SlowMo, the UK’s first digital therapy for paranoia.
Learning a new language may be more of a science than an art, a University of Sussex study finds.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in detailing the formation of memories that help snails find to treats and war survivors to repeat their trauma.