We study neuropsychology, attention, perception, cognition, affect and language using a wide range of techniques including neuroimaging, electroencephalography (EEG) and motion capture.
We develop, test and apply psychological theory to advance our understanding of behaviours that influence health and wellbeing throughout people's lives.
Our work ranges from supporting clinicians in the field to directly engaging with industry. Get in touch with us to find out how we could work together.
The department provides a vibrant setting for academic staff with a wide range of research interests to work together across psychology, speech and language therapy, counselling and physical activity for health.
Psychology is part of the wider Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Discover more about the faculty.
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