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 specialist in Global Health Law from Keele University has received funding for a new study looking into ways of ensuring a Covid-19 vaccine is made equally accessible to everyone.

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Research by academics from Keele Business School highlighting students’ views on online assessment and feedback-feedforward techniques has been published in a new global research anthology.

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A postdoctoral researcher and Keele alumna has received a prestigious award from an academic society for her PhD completed at Keele University.

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A Keele academic’s research into new ways of helping stroke patients is set to develop even further after she secured two prestigious awards from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).

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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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Sunil Peck’s career since leaving Keele in 1998 has seen him work in a variety of journalism and media roles, culminating in his current role as a Media Officer with the British Red Cross.

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New research by Keele University using focus groups has found that 10 years after the Smart Meter programme was rolled out, people’s awareness around strategies for improving our energy efficiency is still only limited

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Keele University has joined a national programme to improve understanding of how many people are currently infected with the Covid-19 virus, which could also indicate how many people have been infected and recovered since the outbreak began.

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Dr Rebecca Bowler, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century English Literature, has been granted a prestigious Research Associateship by the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) to assist her with editing a renowned literary collection.

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New research led by Keele University has found that people suffering from cluster headache often face a long delay in being diagnosed correctly.

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A Keele academic is helping a government advisory group to influence policy on how religion is represented in the media.

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The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes is yielding positive results, according to those using the gas.

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