• 26 FEB 15
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    Successful BPS Accreditation visit

    We are delighted that we have successfully maintained our undergraduate BPS accreditation after today’s visit by the BPS panel. We are particularly delighted to have so much positive feedback from the panel about our students, the quality of our undergraduate student programmes, our meaningful student engagement, employability and public outreach activities. We would like to

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    • 16 DEC 14
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    Study reveals social bonds in monkeys buffer against stress

    Male Barbary macaques form social bonds similar to human friendships to protect against disease and death, an international study has revealed. Researchers studying wild Barbary macaque males living in their natural habitat in the Middle Atlas Mountains in Morocco discovered that keeping a few close male associates buffered against day-to-day stressors, decreasing the levels of

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    • 15 DEC 14
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    Large Scale Survey on Dog Ownership

    People from all corners of the globe answered a questionnaire about their attitudes towards dogs and their experiences of dog ownership. This research is part of a project funded by the University of Lincoln’s Research Investment Fund, awarded to Profs Todd Hogue (Psychology) and Daniel Mills (Life Sciences), that looks to understand the dog-human relationship,

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    • 11 DEC 14
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    Grant success for Early Career Researcher

    Dr David Ellis, Early Career Researcher and Lecturer, has been awarded £40,423 from Unilever, in collaboration with Professor Paul Taylor at the University of Lancaster. Using wearable technology, the research team aim to capture the impact of products on consumers’ social behaviour.

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    • 09 DEC 14
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    Forensic psychology students visit HMP Whatton

    On the 5th November this year, the School’s Forensic and Clinical Research Group (FRCG) organised a trip for 3rd year undergraduate students (who study ‘Psychology with Forensic Psychology’) to visit HMP Whatton. This was followed by a trip with the MSc Forensic Psychology students on the 17th November. On both days, the Whatton staff gave

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    • 09 DEC 14
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    onlinePROTECT workshop a great success

    On November 20th, 2014, onlinePROTECT hosted a full-day workshop entitled Internet-based Sex Offending: Case Formulation and Intervention Planning at Hamilton House, London. onlinePROTECT is an international research collaboration led by Dr Hannah Merdian (University of Lincoln) and Prof Derek Perkins (Surrey University & West London Mental Health NHS Trust). onlinePROTECT address the safety of children

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