Nottingham Trent University
The Division of Psychology has seen much expansion in recent years, both in terms of numbers of academic staff and in research facilities; postgraduate provision is informed by both BPS (British Psychological Society) and ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) research methods guideline; research in psychology covers a wide range of areas, and the division is currently broadly divided into 5 research groups, comprising: the cognition, development and assistive technologies group (focussing on the development of higher cognitive functions across the age ranges with the aid of new technologies); the cyberpsychology group (focussing on the psychological processes relating to the cyberworld, including online relationships and internet gambling); the gender identities and social interaction group (exploring issues of identity and gender in applied health and social settings); the learning, memory and cognition group (focussing on cognitive modelling, visuo-spatial processing and cognitive neuroscience); and the psychological wellbeing and mental health group (focussing on issues related to psychosocial adjustment); this list is not exhaustive and other topics that fit within, across and around these broad areas can also be considered.
A 2.1 Honours degree; research proposal in areas where supervision available.
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|City Centre Campus||Nottingham||NG1 4BU||East Midlands|
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