Scientists at Keele University and King’s College London have found that 64% of people would be likely to have a Covid-19 vaccination when one became available.

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Keele academics from the fields of psychology and sociology have received funding to study new ways of helping victims affected by an ongoing conflict in South America.

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Keele University’s Psychology course has climbed into the Global Top 150 in the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

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Dr Julie Hulme published a chapter in a newly released edited volume on assessment, published by APA Books, Assessing Undergraduate Learning in Psychology: Strategies for Measuring and Improving Student Performance. APA Books is the publishing arm of the American Psychological Association (APA).

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A new study led by Keele University has found that depression is associated with poorer perception.

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Keele University is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Abigail Locke as the new Head of School for Psychology.

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Keele has appointed Professor Alexandra Lamont as the first Director of the new Keele Doctoral Academy.

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A new study co-authored by a Keele psychologist has suggested that Neanderthals did not hold burial rituals as previously thought.

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Keele's Professor Clifford Stott writes for The Conversation.

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Professor Clifford Stott has played a key role in contributing scientific research for the newly formed ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’ website, launched by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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Keele University is to host its first virtual open day of 2020 on Saturday 20 June, giving prospective students the opportunity to tour the University from the comfort of their own home.

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A new study has revealed the sophisticated systems children use to form their beliefs about what’s real or not real in their world, showing that “rituals” can have a reinforcing impact on their beliefs.

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Keele University psychologists have proven that using conventional swear words can increase your pain tolerance by 33% compared to using alternative language.

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A research team including Keele’s Professor Clifford Stott has successfully secured funding for two major research projects worth over £1.5 million from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), to help societies better respond to mass emergencies including COVID-19.

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New research by a Keele psychologist has found that the benefits of social contact for older people are even more profound than expected, providing a significant enhancement to their wellbeing and sense of community membership.

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Two Keele schools have been successful in achieving the renewal of their institutional Bronze Athena SWAN award.

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A Keele psychologist has received international acclaim from a prestigious psychological society by scooping a coveted prize for innovative teaching.

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Music is something that people turn to for solace, comfort, and reminiscence in times of crisis, and remembering past memories can be a good way of helping to plan for, and think about, the future.

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Dr Chris Stiff writes for The Conversation UK.

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New digital methods of curating our musical libraries have led to significant changes in modern listening habits and how we think about music, according to a global study including a Keele University psychologist.

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A social psychologist from Keele will investigate social and political tensions around a sacred river in South Asia as part of an international collaborative study.

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Keele psychologists have partnered with a housing provider to improve local people’s lives through a new study.

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Olly Robertson writes for The Conversation UK.

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