People with low self-esteem use a variety of escape mechanisms to avoid thinking about their own mortality, new Kent research reveals. Researchers led by Dr … Read more
Month: August 2015
Congratulations to Dr Nichola Tyler, who has been awarded £977 by the East London NHS Foundation Trust for a project entitled “Evaluation of the Firesetting Intervention … Read more
To students going into stage 3: Dear all, Our peer mentoring scheme is running this year as part of the Student Success Project, aiming at … Read more
Congratulations to Dr Giovanni Travaglino, who has been awarded $4,000 by the International School of Political Psychology for a project entitled “Community indifference to collective problems”.
Many congratulations to Dr Heather Ferguson, who has been awarded 1,488,028 Euros by the European Research Council for a project entitled “Tracking the cognitive basis … Read more
Psychology at Kent has limited Adjustment and Clearing vacancies for excellent students in 2015. Our entry requirements are ABB+ at A level (or equivalent) plus … Read more
Congratulations to Rotem Perach, who has been awarded £1,000 by the Kenneth Lindsay Scholarship Trust – an educational trust fund of the Anglo Israel Association. … Read more
Congratulations to Dr Aleksandra Cichocka, who is one of the recipients of the 2015 Otto Klineberg Intercultural and International Relations Award from the Society for the … Read more
Congratulations to John Allen and Frank Gasking, who have received funding from Learning and Development to attend PyCon 2015 – the community-organised conference for the Python programming language … Read more
Congratulations to Dr Tim Hopthrow, who has been awarded £500 by Ruskin Air Management for a project entitled “Ruskin Team Building”.