• 18 MAY 17
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    Fully funded PhD studentship for Lincoln Masters graduates

    There is one fully-funded Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) PhD studentship available for a September 2017 (or shortly afterwards) start. The studentship details are (1) £14,500 annual stipend for 3 years; (2) full-time UK/EU fees paid; (3) up to £500 research budget per year; (4) requirement to conduct 6-hours of teaching or other School related

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    • 02 MAY 17
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    SU Awards success

    We are delighted that our colleague Dr Rachel Bromnick won the Student Union Award for Inspiring Teacher 2017. Well done and well deserved! We are also proud of our BSc graduate and current Masters student Verity Harris who won an SU award for her charity project The Homeless Period, which distributes period product packs to

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    • 10 JUN 16
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    New research seminar on animal-assisted interventions

    New seminar by Professor Professor Aubrey Fine on Animal-Assisted Interventions at the Crossroads. All welcome! 3-4pm, Co-op Lecture Theatre, Minerva Building. Refreshments from 2.45pm Professor Aubrey Fine, Education professor at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, and practitioner in Claremont, California is currently this side of the Atlantic on sabbatical. Professor Fine is a distinguished professor

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    • 23 MAY 16
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    Psychology ranked 6th out of 112 in Guardian University League table

    We are delighted to be ranked 6th out of 112 psychology departments nationwide in the Guardian University League table 2017.

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    • 18 MAY 16
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    New paper on children’s attention from Summer Scientist event

    A recent paper by Tim Hodgson, Frouke Hermens and other colleagues reports that the attention of pre-school and early school age children is strongly influenced by the direction of a pointing finger – but other visual directional cues such as arrows or pictures of peeking eyes are often ineffective. This paper is based on data

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