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Research grand challenges
Our internationally recognised research is focused into a number of specialist groups, who use their expertise to bring insight into targeted areas of study and discovery.
Appetite Control and Energy Balance
The Appetite Control and Energy Balance (ACEB) research group is part of the Human Appetite Research Unit (HARU), and studies peptides and gastrointestinal physiology, food choice and physical behaviour.More
The Cognitive Neuroimaging group focuses on the application of neuroimaging technologies such as functional magnetic resonance imaging, electroencephalography, and functional Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy.More
Health and Social Psychology
The Health and Social Psychology research group conducts research which focuses on pain, stress and health, understanding and changing health behaviours, biological influences and examining outcomes of psychotherapy.More
The Infant Feeding group conducts research in order to understand the psychological processes involved in a number of aspects of infant feeding including hunger, appetite, food preference and satiation.More
Language and Memory
The Language and Memory Lab (LaMLab) works on all aspects of memory and language research, in healthy individuals at each point in their lifespan and more specialised population groups.More
Nutrition and Behaviour
The Nutrition and Behaviour (NAB) Group is part of the Human Appetite Research Clinic and is led by Professor Louise Dye and Dr Clare Lawton.More
Perception, Action, Cognition
PAC Lab is a multidisciplinary research group dedicated to understanding how humans interact with virtual and natural environments.More
The Successful Ageing Group is a multi-disciplinary group that includes individuals with interests in cognitive changes, nutrition, motor ability and general health.More
of research ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent'
We make a meaningful and positive impact through our research. Our expertise includes important collaborations with external partners in academia, healthcare and industry that are seeing real-world changes. Read about the impact we're making.
Working with business
We have a long history of successful partnerships with business and industry, lending our research expertise to a variety of projects that benefit from our insight and world-class facilities.More on Working with business
Taking part in research
At School of Psychology, you can take part in research projects as a participant, learning first hand about how research is undertaken. You'll also have access to a pool of participants for your own study.More on Taking part in research
Our research projects
Discover more about the research projects are undertaken by our academic staff at the School of Psychology. For more information about any of these projects please contact the staff listed on each project webpage.