Following the success of the HCR-20 Version 3 and RSVP (Risk for Sexual Violence Protocol) workshops in the spring, the Centre of Research and Education in Forensic Psychology (CORE-FP) at the University of Kent will be offering these again this December. See the information document for dates and prices.
For more details or to book your place on either workshop, please contact Jackie Fotheringham on 01227 824 804 or at email@example.com.
New research from a team led by a psychologist at the University suggests humans, like other species, can perceive certain scents as threatening.
Dr Arnaud Wisman, of the School of Psychology, found that putrescine, the chemical produced by decaying tissue of dead bodies, can produce a fight-or-flight response in humans.
In four different experiments, people were exposed consciously and non-consciously to putrescine.
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The University is celebrating being ranked 20th, its highest ever position, in the Times Higher Education (THE) ‘Table of Tables’ 2016.
Kent is also the biggest climber in the table which is based on the combined results of the UK’s three main national university rankings.
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Congratulations to Dr Eduardo Vasquez, who has been awarded £542 by BBC Northern Ireland for a documentary on gender and aggression.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the awards for the research postgraduate presentation day held on 22 September.
Based on the judges’ recommendations the following awards have been made:
The two equal awards for Best Poster go to Kayleigh Whitby and Varoth (Nash) Chotpitayasunondh, who each win a £15 Amazon voucher.
Best Presentation (£40 Amazon voucher) goes to Benny Ogidan, and very close behind are John Sabo and Anita Ruddle, who share the second prize of a £30 voucher.
Thanks to everyone who presented talks and posters; the field was excellent and continued the School tradition of outstanding quality in students’ research communication!
Also special thanks to the staff poster judges (Emma Alleyne, Lindsey Cameron, Ana Leite, and David Wilkinson) and also to the first year PhD student judges who had stayed for the whole day and volunteered to rate the presentations (Caitlin Baker, Emma Garcia, Natalie Gentry, Ignacio Rodriguez and Heather Rolfe).