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Want a longer life? Join the club

Want a longer life? Join the club
Nik Steffens and Tegan Cruwys have published findings indicating social groups are vital to longevity and wellbeing

Top Publications

Handedness and Graspability Modify Shifts of Visuospatial Attention to Near-Hand Objects

Hayley A. Colman, Roger W. Remington & Ada Kritikos, PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0170542

Exploring the cognitive foundations of the Shared Attention Mechanism

Skorich, D. P., et al., Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Thinking about threats: Memory and prospection in human threat management

Bulley, A.; Henry, J.D.; Suddendorf, T., Consciousness and Cognition
49, 53-69

The influence of episodic foresight on delay discounting and demand for alcohol

Bulley, Adam & Gullo, Matthew J., Addictive Behaviors (2017)
66, 1-6
Research Centres and Groups

Research Centres and Groups

The School of Psychology has a number of world class research centres and groups. Find out more about the various areas of psychology where our staff work together to foster a culture of research and research training.
Bernadette Watson

Featured Researcher

Bernadette Watson

Associate Professor Bernadette Watson investigates the features of effective communication between health professionals and patients and also explores the communication between health professionals from different disciplines

Baby Healthy Living – Triple P project

Featured Project

Baby Healthy Living – Triple P project

It’s never too early

WATCH & LISTEN

A study led by Professor Catherine Haslam has shown people aged over 50 are more agile mentally if they are socially active - and the effect is even more pronounced in 80-year-olds.

Socialising for brain health

A study led by Professor Catherine Haslam has shown people aged over 50 are more agile mentally if they are socially active - and the effect is even more pronounced in 80-year-olds.
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