School of Psychology

Children at exhibit at Brain Games 2017

Success for 5th annual Brain Games

29 March 2017

Around 3,700 children and families put their brains to the test on Sunday as they gathered at the National Museum Cardiff for this year’s Brain Games event.

Colourful recycling bins

People outside UK ‘more environmentally friendly’

8 March 2017

Research examines green behaviour and attitudes across diverse countries

Port Talbot steel works

Support for climate change in Europe

8 March 2017

New analysis shows the majority of people in UK, France, Germany and Norway believe that climate change is happening

Newspaper headline on Climate change

‘Great British Energy’ could fuel conservatives’ passion for climate change action

14 February 2017

Study pinpoints climate language that appeals to centre-right voters

Light bulb signifying idea

Unravelling mysteries of mind and matter

6 February 2017

Two research projects secure EU funds totalling €3m

Binaural audio device

Turn an ear to hear

21 December 2016

A simple head turn can vastly improve understanding of speech in noisy environments

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Developing low-cost cognitive tools for dementia assessment

16 December 2016

Cardiff University receives half a million pounds in first phase of global health programme

 Dr James Kolasinski

Sir Henry Wellcome Fellowship

8 December 2016

Dr James Kolasinski awarded Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship

Safe and reliable water access

25 November 2016

Understanding how water choice influences community resilience

Consultation between man and woman

Thorns and Flowers

7 November 2016

Illustrating infertility experiences of black and minority ethnic women

Athena SWAN Silver Award

Athena SWAN awards

17 October 2016

College of Biomedical and Life Sciences scoops two prestigious equality awards

Plastic Bags

English shoppers ditch the carrier bag

29 September 2016

New study shows significant change in attitudes and behaviours of shoppers since the introduction of English carrier bag charge one year ago

Refugee Crisis

The Current Migration Crisis in Europe

24 August 2016

Timely symposium addresses Europe’s refugee crisis in UK context

The Queen arrives at CUBRIC

The Queen opens Brain Research Imaging Centre

7 June 2016

Royal party given tour of £44m facility that is unique in Europe

The Queen

Her Majesty The Queen to open £44m Brain Research Imaging Centre

6 May 2016

New Centre houses combination of brain imaging equipment that is unique in Europe

'The Peer Reviewers’ Openness Initiative’ logo

Transparency in research

14 January 2016

New initiative to revolutionise scientific research through openness

hallucination black and white

Rationalising the irrational

15 October 2015

How hallucinations emerge from trying to make sense of an ambiguous world.

Flooded road with Flood triangle warning sign

Climate change priority after flooding

1 September 2015

Experience of flooding more likely to make climate change a top issue.

Sue Leekam

New test to help diagnose autism in adults

6 August 2015

Repetitive behaviour test designed to aid diagnostic approach.

Jane Hutt with builders at CUBRIC

£4.5m EU boost for CUBRIC

24 July 2015

The EU funds through Welsh Government will support the construction works of the new £44m facility on the Innovation Campus at Maindy Road.