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Read all of our latest blogs by our academics, experts and alumni.
11 posts found

Only 2% of conversations end when we want them to – here's why that's cause for celebration

02 March 2021 6 min read

Alessandra Fasulo and Iris Nomikou write for the conversation on the length of conversations

Two people having a conversation in front of a window

Dogs might have more influence over your decisions than you think

16 November 2020 3 min read

Portsmouth research has found that dogs have a special eyebrow muscle that influences human behaviour. Read more.

Image of small dog looking up with Life Solved logo in corner

An honest lack of answers Psychology expert Dr Adrian Needs reviews 'Des' - the recent three-part ITV drama about killer Dennis Nilsen.

05 October 2020 3 min read

Psychology expert Dr Adrian Needs reviews 'Des' - the recent three-part ITV drama about killer Dennis Nilsen.

Crime scene do not enter tape

The effects of social isolation on alcohol use

17 April 2020 5 min read

Staff, students and general public needed for study on alcohol consumption

Bottles of alcohol

Truth or Lies

11 March 2020 2 min read

Students wanted for a study on lying

Students hanging around

Test your attention skills in a criminal court case

11 March 2020 2 min read

How do people make decisions in criminal trials?

Student talking

How to talk to your dog - according to science

11 January 2017 4 min read

New research confirms puppies respond better when we talk to them in a certain way.

Woman lifting dog's ear to speak to it

Mastery over mindset: the cost of rolling out a Chinese way of teaching maths

20 July 2016 7 min read

Half of primary schools in England will receive £41m over four years to teach mathematics using a method that is used in Chinese schools.

Colourful magnetic numbers on blackboard

Touch screens help monkeys relax

12 November 2013 7 min read

Monkeys using touch screens leads to fewer conflicts and higher relaxation.

Monkey using touch screen

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