Our second candidate for the Psychology Q&A Series is Dr Dennis Nigbur, Chair of the Faculty Ethics Panel and Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, having been with the psychology department […]
Can we smell colour? What do yellow, green, purple, or brown smell like? For my dissertation I was keen to explore something that we may not notice or think about […]
Developmental Psychologist Dr Amanda Carr, Dr Philip Ulrich and research assistant Michelle England discuss their research on children’s outdoor play preferences and look to understand what life in lockdown means […]
The majority of society knows the term for the loss of sight or the loss of hearing, but what about the loss of smell or taste? Well this week (18th […]
Social psychologist Dennis Nigbur comments on the current nature of distancing and the importance of social connection.
Psychology student Jessica Delo has created a podcast looking at ‘Psychology at Christ Church’. In her first podcast she interviews members of CCSU Psychology society ‘PsySoc’. Keep an ear out […]
Dr. Evangelos Ntontis discusses shared social identity, the role of social groups during disasters and how they emerge and evolve in the post-disaster period.
By Dr David Vernon I’ve just returned from the 43rd Annual International Conference of the Society for Psychical Research which was held this year in Leicester. Delegates were a mix […]
Tom Prosser is a Ph.D. candidate in Health Psychology. He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Canterbury Christ Church University. He is now going into his fifth year of […]