School of Psychology News & events

More support for adoptive families in Wales

17 July 2017

The Wales Adoption Cohort Study was led by the School of Psychology and the research has been featured in a report on the ITV News website.

PhD student Jialin Fan awarded prize for best student paper

07 July 2017

PhD student Jialin Fan (supervised by Prof Andy Smith), has been awarded a prize for the best student paper at the 1st International Symposium on Human Mental Workload (H-Workload 2017, Dublin).

New film to raise awareness of the signs of ASD

15 June 2017

We are delighted to share The Birthday Party, a training film for professionals. The film is a partnership project between government, university and clinical partners. It has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and Welsh Government.

Honour for study which revealed 'intuitive' fire commanders

06 June 2017

Research improving how fire service commanders tackle major incidents has won an award for innovation.

Mental health risk assessment process wins award

06 June 2017

Cardiff University’s School of Psychology worked with Welsh Government to reduce the risk of suicide or physical harm to others for mental health service users.

Prof White paper discussed on Radio 4

31 May 2017

Prof Peter White’s recent paper in Psychological Bulletin was discussed on radio 4’s “All in the mind” programme this week.

CUBRIC wins major award

10 May 2017

Science building accolade for Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre..

Wales’ ‘Project of the Year’

28 April 2017

Leading brain research imaging centre recognised at 2017 RICS Awards.

The Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology

26 April 2017

Chris Chambers's portrait should sit high on the wall of heroes in the movement to reform science. A cognitive neuroscientist and psychologist, Chambers has had an important role as an editor and advocate in identifying, challenging and changing practices responsible for the reproducibility crisis.

The Fracking Debate

10 April 2017

UK and US share a similar mindset when it comes to horizontal drilling for shale energy, say Cardiff University researchers and colleagues.

Early Career Impact Award Winner

23 February 2017

Congratulations to Dr Morey on winning the 2017 Psychonomic Society Early Career Impact Award from the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences.

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

14 February 2017

Study pinpoints climate language that appeals to centre-right voters

Unravelling mysteries of mind and matter

06 February 2017

Two research projects secure EU funds totalling €3m.

A spin thro' the history of restricted diffusion MR

31 January 2017

The National Microstructural Imaging Facility and the British Chapter of the ISMRM warmly welcome you to Cardiff, Wales, for a “Spin Thro’ The History of Restricted Diffusion MR”.