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Graduate Teaching Assistant role and fully funded PhD Scholarship

The School of Psychology at the University of Leeds is offering candidates a 5-year fully funded PhD/Graduate Teaching Assistant scholarship opportunity. Read more

Sexism and racism in psychology curricula: Exploring institutional 'talk' & curriculum decolonization

Since at least the 1970s, there have been concerns about educational curricula’s various biases (Bordo, 1999; Jay 2003). The ‘Why Is My Curriculum White’ movement highlights the omission of knowledge from people of colour and those outside of the Global North (e.g., UCL Collective, 2015). Read more

PhD (School of Social Sciences) Doctorate

Study a PhD at the . University of Bradford.  and contribute new and significant knowledge to the diverse field of social sciences. Read more

Developing and evaluating a community-based intervention to promote shared book reading and library use at the transition into primary school

This fully funded PhD place provides an exciting opportunity to pursue postgraduate research working in partnership with Leeds libraries and local education providers to develop and evaluate a shared book reading intervention for young children in the summer before they start primary school. Read more

The Perceptual Control of Coordinated Rhythmic Movements

Skilled movements require learning to perceive task demands, and organising your actions to meet those demands. I use coordinated rhythmic movements as a model task in the lab to study the processes of skill acquisition and performance. Read more

Responsible AI for Health and Social Care

The increasing adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies that could impact humanity raises increasing concerns from general public, industry and regulatory bodies. Read more

The impact of science communication on gender essentialism and stereotype endorsement

Attitudes supporting sexism and violence against women are persistent problems. Research suggests that the way in which research on psychological sex differences is communicated can increase sexist attitudes and stereotyping (Brescoll & LaFrance, 2004). Read more

Optimising health care information, encounters, and environments for minoritised ethnic groups

Minoritised ethnic groups experience health disparities and inequalities compared to numerical majority ethnic groups, including in cancer incidence and survival for some cancer types. Read more

Optimising cancer-related health care in the context of multimorbidity

Many long-term conditions (e.g., diabetes, mental illnesses, dementia) can adversely impact cancer-protective behaviours, including participation in routine cancer screening, prompt and effective help-seeking for potential cancer symptoms, and access to and engagement with optimal cancer treatment and supportive cancer care, including pain relief. Read more

Exploring the experiences and consequences of a food addiction label.

People living with obesity are highly stigmatised and this can have profound negative effects on their psychological and physical wellbeing, as well as impacting their ability to lose weight (e.g. Read more

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