University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham

Risk Analysis, Social Processes and Health

Research includes a range of basic and applied topics including emotion, violence, blood donation, public perceptions of new biotechnology, nuclear waste and the environment, and judgmental forecasting. The group is interested in understanding human decision making processes in relation to judgements about risk and health and safety issues. This involves applying theoretical models in applied settings (NHS hospital staff, private sector industry, patient groups) and conducting fundamental experimental work (gambling tasks; implicit attitudes); of particular theoretical interest to this group is the role played by emotions (Damasio's somatic markers hypothesis; appraisal tendencies hypothesis; attributional accounts; risk-as-feelings hypothesis); contextual variables (cueing; priming) and individual differences (normal personality; abnormal personality; and health anxiety).

Entry requirements

2.1 (or international equivalent) in a related subject relevant to the chosen research area. English requirements: IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element).

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
PhD Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland) 3 years
PhD Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Scotland) 3 years
PhD Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Wales) 3 years
PhD Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (England) 3 years
PhD Full-time GBP 19,120 per Year 1 (International) 3 years
MPhil Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (England) 2 years
MPhil Full-time GBP 19,120 per Year 1 (International) 2 years
MPhil Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland) 2 years
MPhil Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Scotland) 2 years
MPhil Full-time GBP 4,121 per Year 1 (Wales) 2 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
University Park Campus Nottingham NG7 2RJ East Midlands

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Key information

Contact: 
Postgraduate Administrator, School of Psychology
Telephone number: 
0115 951 5361