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University of Bristol Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 University of Bristol Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Propensity to play as a measure of welfare in dairy cows

Supervisors. Dr Suzanne Held (primary supervisor), Dr Ben Lecorps. Dairy cattle are commonly subjected to stressors (e.g. dehorning, regrouping) as part of routine farm procedures. Read more

Exploring the relationship between eating behaviour, carbohydrate counting and risk of disordered eating in patients with Type 1 diabetes mellitus.

A key component of current Type 1 diabetes management is carbohydrate counting. This method has been demonstrated to improve blood glucose (glycaemic) control in children and adults with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM; 1). Read more

Decision-making under uncertainty in naturalistic conditions

Keywords. decision-making, risk, uncertainty, cognition. Understanding how humans make decisions is a central theme in the behavioural sciences, with ramifications that stretch across the disciplines of medicine, engineering, economics, and public policy. Read more

New directions in gambling psychology

Gambling is an activity that is of great theoretical significance to many theories in psychology, such as prospect theory which is typically calibrated upon choices between monetary gambles. Read more

MscR: Why we respond the way we do

The formal studying of memory has gone strong since the late 1800s with Ebbinghaus's well-controlled experiments. As such, much is known about what makes memory stronger (e.g., repeated exposure, emotionally-laden content, long duration, repeated retrievals, etc.). Read more

MscR: Defensive coloration and behaviour

I am interested in all aspects of defensive coloration and behaviour in humans and other species. The term "defensive coloration" incudes things like camouflage, aposematism and the confusion and oddity effects. Read more

MscR: Cognitive Psychology/Decolonising the curriculum

I am currently welcoming PhD application in two main areas, although I'm happy to consider applications in any of my areas of expertise (memory, perception, and attention). Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security

We are seeking motivated graduates to join our Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security from September 2023 with one of our fully-funded PhD studentship (tax free stipend £20,890 , tuition fees paid and a research grant of £2,500 per year). Read more
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