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Psychology & Psychiatry PhD Research Projects in Norwich

We have 17 Psychology & Psychiatry PhD Research Projects in Norwich

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Norwich  United Kingdom

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We have 17 Psychology & Psychiatry PhD Research Projects in Norwich

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Developing a Psychological Model of Recovery from Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is a severe but treatable form of mental illness that can happen to women after having a baby. PP affects approximately 2 mothers per 1000 deliveries and occurs very rapidly in the days or weeks following birth. Read more

Developing a Psychological Model of Recovery from Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is a severe but treatable form of mental illness that can happen to women after having a baby. PP affects approximately 2 mothers per 1000 deliveries and occurs very rapidly in the days or weeks following birth. Read more

Communicating Climate Science to Diverse Audience Groups in a Changing World (COVENTRY_PSY22CDCC)

Primary Supervisor - Prof Kenny Coventry. Secondary Supervisor - Dr Irene Lorenzoni. Supervisory Team - Dr Jordan Harold . In the 2020s it is essential to understand the ways in which messaging can impact how and when to act in light of the. Read more

Escape Room: Psychophysiological measurements of decision-making in an immersive environment (SambrookT_U22PSY)

This PhD project investigates the biological and computational mechanisms of human decision making. You will explore how moment-to-moment decisions arise from the interplay of three separate behavioural controllers in our decision-making circuitry. Read more

Using echolocation and sensory substitution devices to guide navigation by blind individuals. (KolarikA_U22PSY)

Blindness and low vision are prevalent conditions, including almost 2 million people in the UK, for whom hearing plays a fundamental role in navigating the environment and supporting independent daily activities. Read more

Spatial language and spatial cognition (CoventryK_U22PSY)

Talking about where objects are located (e.g. in the cup; in front of the cinema; to the left of the stapler; this phone, etc.) is an essential part of language and is underpinned by both linguistic and visuospatial brain networks. Read more

Homesickness: Causes, Consequences, Cures. (CoulsonM_U22PSY)

Homesickness is an important factor affecting the wellbeing of people who move from an identified home to a new place, whether for reasons of work, study, political upheaval, war, or natural events. Read more

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