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Psychological Sciences & HealthOur research

The School of Psychological Sciences & Health has a vibrant multi-disciplinary research community who works together to conduct impactful and theoretically-driven research.

The School is made up of the areas of Psychology, the Counselling Unit, Physical Activity for Health and Speech & Language Therapy. Together, we work on the research themes, Health, Children & Young People and Cognition.

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Our health researchers specialise in:

Children & young people

Research into children and young people is conducted across all areas of the School and we have particular expertise in:


Our cognitive psychologists conduct research in neuropsychology, attention, perception, cognition, affect and language.

The School has dedicated laboratories for:

Multidisciplinary research groups

We've a number groups, based within the School of Psychological Sciences & Health that conducts and shares research across a range of issues.

Find out more about our multidisciplinary research groups