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  Game (not) Over! Associative Learning Experiments in Video Games
  Research Group: Cognitive Psychology
  Dr M Johansen
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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Video games are an ever-increasing part of daily life predominantly because playing them is fun, intrinsically enjoyable. As such assessing in-game behaviour is becoming more relevant to psychology because an increasing proportion of human behaviour is happening in virtual environments, particularly games.
  Employee Engagement and Workplace Learning emerging from Matrix Structures in Digital Manufacturing Organisations (Advert Reference: SF19/BL/LHRM/ROCA)
  Dr T Roca, Dr D Bennett
Applications accepted all year round

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International organisations are increasingly seeing changes to traditional operational procedures through innovative Digital Technology, due to continual developments in information technology and communication (Roca and Bennett, 2018).
  Mapping subicular mnemonic circuitry
  Research Group: Cognitive Neuroscience
  Dr J O'Neill
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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The formation of memory for places and events represents a systems level process that engages multiple brain regions, coordinated by the hippocampus and subiculum.
  Predicting the form of words: Investigating the precision of people’s linguistic predictions using Welsh mutations.
  Research Group: Cognitive Psychology
  Dr C Gambi, Dr L Bott
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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People show a remarkable ability to anticipate what others will say, or how a sentence they are reading will continue (see Pickering & Gambi, 2018, for a recent review).
  Exploring the effects of multi-sensory environments on autistic children
  Research Group: Developmental Science
  Dr C Jones, Dr G Powell
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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This project offers a unique opportunity to investigate the use of multi-sensory environments (MSEs; also called Snoezelen® or sensory rooms) by autistic children.
  Improved stereo separation for bilateral bone-anchored hearing aids.
  Research Group: Cognitive Psychology
  Prof J Culling
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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Bone-anchored hearing aids (BAHAs) restore hearing to patients with hearing losses located in the middle or outer ear. They vibrate the patient’s skull, and sound is transmitted directly to the inner ear through the bone.
  Spatial primacy in communication and debate
  Dr U von Hecker
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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In political and campaign contexts, a lot of attention is placed on getting politicians to appear in the “right” place in photos, greetings, handshakes, and debates.
  Psychological issues in congenital skin disorders
  Research Group: Health and Mental Health
  Dr W Davies, Dr T Humby
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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PhD Type

Many skin disorders are associated with psychological issues, which may arise from either stigma associated with the skin condition and/or from loss of function of the underlying genes which act in both the skin and the brain; additionally, these disorders may be associated with medical comorbidities which could have effects on quality of life.
  Regulatory RAS activity in WT mice and a knock-in mouse model of Alzheimer’s pathology
  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
  Prof M Good
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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Recent evidence from our laboratory Evans et al., (2020; Acta Neuropathologica) indicates that promoting the activity of the brain’s regulatory renin angiotensin system (via boosting ACE2 activity) both protects against the development of and reverses established cognitive deficits and reduces amyloid pathology in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease.
  Funded PhD Opportunities in the School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast 2020-21

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Funded PhD Opportunities in the School of Psychology at Queen's University Belfast 2020-21. The School of Psychology at Queen's University Belfast invites applications for fully funded PhD opportunities in the following areas.
  A Structured Health Intervention For Truckers - The SHIFT Study
  Dr S Clemes, Dr J King
Applications accepted all year round

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Reference. SSEHS/SAC. UK/EU Fee band. TBC. International Fee band. £21,100. Full Time Duration. 3 years. Part Time Duration. 6 years.
  Computer games to support arm rehabilitation after stroke
  Dr K Thomson, Dr D Knox, Prof F van Wijck
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. SHLS19012. Stroke is one of the most common causes of disability across the world. Up to 80% of acute stroke patients experience loss of arm function, including loss of strength, coordination and manual dexterity, which can make daily activities such as self-care and food preparation difficult.
  Vertical reading training for stroke survivors with visual field loss
  Dr K Thomson, Dr C Hazelton
Applications accepted all year round

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Ref. SHLS20028 Thomson. Background. Stroke survivors with visual field loss struggle to read, due to an inability to see the start or end of lines of text within the area of lost vision.
  Heat adaptation in older/elderly individuals
  Dr O Gibson
Applications accepted all year round

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Whilst traditionally heat adaptation has been a priority for athletes and occupational workers ahead of exposure to hot/hot-humid environments, forecast increases in the frequency and intensity of heat waves as a result of climate change means the general public is likely to be exposed to extreme environments as part of their daily life.
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