Monthly Archives: June 2014

Medway event to focus on endurance motorcycling research

Results from University of Kent research into the physiological and psychological demands of adventure motorcycling will be presented at a public event on Thursday 12 June at the University’s Medway campus. Professor Samuele Marcora, who is a keen motorcyclist and … Continue reading

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Researching Social Exclusion: Relevance for Public Policy and Practice

An event hosted by the University of Kent will bring together psychology researchers, practitioners and voluntary organisations working on social exclusion and its consequences. Organised by Dr Ayse Uskul and Dr Lindsey Cameron from the University’s School of Psychology, the … Continue reading

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Alcohol-related language can increase aggression

New psychology research shows that exposing people to alcohol-related words can influence aggressive behaviour in ways similar to actually consuming alcohol. Researchers found however that this aggressive behaviour occurred when people were subjected to provocation in a way that was … Continue reading

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