The title of the studentship is “Neuropsychological outcomes in military veterans with traumatic brain injury” and the terms and conditions of funding are the same as for an RCUK studentship.
Forensic Psychology is the study of the psychology of crime and criminal behaviour. Over ten weeks join some of the UK’s leading experts in forensic psychology and go beyond what you see on the TV shows to learn about the psychology of victims, offenders, crime investigation and rehabilitation.
This engaging and entertaining series of lectures should suit anyone with an interest in forensic psychology including those thinking of pursuing a similar topic at university or those who simply have an interest in psychology and crime and would like to learn more about the history as well as the latest developments in this fascinating field.
Congratulations to Dr Aleksandra Cichocka, who has been awarded £3,938 by the Faculty of Social Sciences for a project entitled “Using experiments to determine trust and legitimation beliefs”. This is a collaboration between Aleksandra and Ben Seyd from the School of Politics and International Relations, which they have initiated as part of the activities of a Political Psychology Lab.