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ERC-funded studentships in Psychology: Consequences of conspiracy theories

Applications are invited for two PhD studentships in the School of Psychology at the University of Kent. The studentships are funded by a European Research Council Advanced Grant awarded to Professor Karen Douglas, titled "Consequences of conspiracy theories" (CONSPIRACY_FX). Read more

Constructing a stable world: how the brain uses gaze direction to disambiguate sensory information

When objects move in the real world, they create a wave of activity across the retina representing that movement. But the same effect could be achieved by moving our eyes across a static object. Read more

Design of digital technology and machine learning solutions for mental health

The significant societal and economic impact of mental health conditions worldwide is well documented. With a growing awareness of mental health, the pressing need to streamline access to sustainable care services is now an imperative. Read more

The impacts of systemic violence on the Traveller community

This is a criminology based PhD looking at the impacts of systemic violence in terms of increased marginalisation and criminalisation of the Traveller community. Read more

Design for early detection of symptoms of anxiety and depression in university students

Anxiety, depression, and psychological distress can have a severe impact on university student quality of life and academic performance, and recent studies have highlighted the role that the COVID-19 pandemic has played in exacerbating symptoms. Read more

Developing a novel Health Psychology intervention to increase uptake of Awake Surgery

Outpatient surgical procedures have traditionally been carried out in the United Kingdom under General Anaesthetic. However, such a choice of anaesthesia comes with additional risks for patients, especially those with co-morbidities. Read more

Application of immersive virtual environment technology to assess effectiveness of long-term pre-incident public education at facilitating adaptive response during mass casualty emergencies

This is a joint project between the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and Imperial College London. Whilst emergency services are vital for mitigating against adverse impacts of malicious attacks on publicly accessible locations, the public themselves can also play a role in reducing adverse impacts from such incidents. Read more

Popular music, identity and community

  Research Group: Criminology and Sociology
This research topic focuses on the extent to which popular music, of whatever genre, has meaning at individual or group levels. Read more

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