Members of our department engage frequently with the public to showcase their research, inspire the younger generation and engage with the local community. Our researchers committed to sharing their work with a wide variety of different populations, across all age groups, interest groups and all sections of society. A core segment of our pubic engagement efforts involves reaching out to school pupils who are interested in studying psychology and neuroscience, with talks, workshops, outreach events and the UNIQ Spring and Summer schools.
The impact of childhood and teenage anxiety disorders on later life – new research
26 April 2023
New research has found that the consequences of anxiety disorders in young people can include mental health issues in adulthood, lower grades at school and lower earnings.
International Stammering Awareness Day
21 October 2022
International Stammering Awareness Day is 22 October and this year's theme is "Being Seen, Being Heard – Representation and normalisation of stuttering in the mainstream."