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Psychology News
  • Kirsty is a finalist for the Writing with Integrity Award
  • Dr. Kirsty Miller has been named as a finalist for the Writing with Integrity Award. This is part of the Turnitin Global Innovation Awards 2017. The Awards recognise excellence in promoting academic integrity, student engagement and the innovative use of Turnitin by individual members of staff. The Writing with Integrity Award is given to an educ

  • Our Researchers at the Natural History Museum
  • On 27th October, Dr. Laetitia Marechal and Dr. Kay Ritchie showed off their research and collected some data at the Natural History Museum in London.The NHM is open late once a month, and attracts researchers from around the country who go there to engage the public with their research.Laetitia and Kay showed off some of Laetitia’s previous

  • Can you teach an old ear new tricks?
  • Audition plays a crucial role in native or second language acquisition. Unlike English, Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language. One of the main challenges of learning a second language is hearing and reproducing unfamiliar speech sounds. Despite several studies indicating that musical training and auditory acuity influence second language learning, l

  • Psychology sweeps the board!
  • Congratulations to Psychology Students and Staff! At the Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme exhibition on 20/9/2017 psychology posters swept the board winning first (Abbie Marono), and both runner-up prizes (Maddi Pownall, Tiffany McNally, and Olivia Smith). Psychology as a school had the greatest

  • Psychology Activities at Public Event
  • Members of the School of Psychology are looking forward to presenting activities at a free public event.Lincoln Get Hold of Technology and Science (LiGHTS) takes place on Friday, 29th September. There will be lots of talks and interactive activities throughout the day across the University. These include several contributions from staff in the S