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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

Recruiting volunteers to be interviewed as part of our forensic psychology study

02 October 2019 3 min read

Researchers are seeking participants to take part in interviews for the department of psychology.

students recording interview

Participants required to either truthfully, or falsely, recall a memorable event

23 September 2019 3 min read

Researchers are looking for participants to take part in three interviews to recall an event that is either true or false.

women talking at an event

Qualitative Methods in Psychology & History and Philosophy of Psychology Annual Conference 2019  #QMIPHPP2019 conference report

08 July 2019 3 min read

Lucy Lindley, MRes student, reports from the Qualitative Methods in Psychology & History and Philosophy of Psychology Annual Conference.

Take part in our interviews to test a range of questioning techniques

16 April 2019 3 min read

Researchers are looking for participants to take part in a series of interviews that will study a range of questioning techniques.

two people having an interview

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

How mind-controlling parasites can get inside your head

01 April 2016 8 min read

A number of studies suggest humans infected with certain parasites could be more susceptible to a variety of mental health issues.

Man in suit holding his hands to his head in anguish

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