• 29 MAR 15
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    MRes student awarded prestigious conservation grant

    Lamine Mohamed Benrabah, a MRes student working on a joint project run by the Schools of Psychology and of Life Sciences, has been awarded a prestigious conservation grant from the Primate Society of Great Britain. This grant will fund a second season of data collection to estimate the size of the population of Barbary macaques

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    • 20 MAR 15
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    3 Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer post advertised

    We welcome applications from candidates with expertise in any area of psychology with excellent track records for publishing in highly regarded peer reviewed journals, potential to attract external research funding, developing impact for research or excellence in professional practice. Closing date 15th April. Find more details here.

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    • 16 MAR 15
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    Psychology student awarded NHS Volunteer of the Year award

    We are absolutely delighted that William Burkitt, psychology undergraduate student, had his volunteering work recognised with an award by the NHS! Congratulations to William! And to our many other students who carry out voluntary work. We are proud of you! William helps coordinate activities for adults in a local NHS mental health unit and has

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    • 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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