Job vacancy for Early Career Researcher/ Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Lincoln. Apply by 6th May to join our thriving School in beautiful Lincoln. http://jobs.lincoln.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=CSS012ARead more →
We are very proud that three of our recent graduates, Lauren Cook, Ross Bean and Gemma Westley, have each been accepted to present at the BPS – DFP (Division of Forensic Psychology) Conference in Belfast this year. http://www.bps.org.uk/events/conferences/division-forensic-psychology-annual-conference-2013Read more →
Three of our current Masters students, Charlotte Hassett, Rebecca Crookes, Danielle Kettleborough, have been accepted to present their work at the NOTA Conference (National Association of the Treatment of Abusers) in Cardiff. Congratulations to them and their supervisors! http://www.nota.co.uk/conference-general.htmlRead more →
Psychology success x2 in the University Merit and Achievement Awards 2012 featured in the staff magazine. Both awards went to teams comprised of academic staff, admin staff and students. Well done to the winning Psychology Student Conference team in the category Student Experience Enhancement and the Summer Scientist Team in the Collaborative Working/ Community EngagementRead more →
Have you been watching ‘Africa’ on the BBC? If so, you’ll have seen a stunning opening sequence of Barbary Macaques sheltering from a snow storm in Northern Africa. This is the Barbary Macaque field site established by Dr Bino Majolo near the Moroccan city of Azrou in 2008. The field site was visited by aRead more →
A new research project involving the Lincoln School of Psychology has featured on BBC Look North. Dr Kerstin Meints is working with fellow child language development specialists from the universities of Lancaster and Liverpool on a £358,000 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded project which could improve the way language development is measured and languageRead more →
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