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Kate Nation selected as a finalist for prestigious ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize

Award

World-leading researchers in the science of reading, Kate Nation and collaborators, Kathy Rastle and Anne Castles, have been shortlisted as finalists for this year's prestigious ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize.

10 October is World Mental Health Day

Event General Research

How are EP researchers contributing to mental health efforts around COVID-19?

Impact of returning to school on adolescent mental health the subject of a new study

Public Engagement Research

Researchers from Department of Experimental Psychology have found that, during lockdown, teenagers mental health is struggling compared to their parents.

Raised blood pressure and diabetes alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory

Research

In a new study, neuroscientists in EP and NDCN have found that raised blood pressure and diabetes in mid-life alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory.

Enriching Engagement (Round 2) awardees announced

Award General Public Engagement

The awardees for the second round of the University of Oxford’s Enriching Engagement funding scheme have now been announced, including two projects from Experimental Psychology.

Managing Stress and Overcoming Anxiety Talk: Video now available

General Public Engagement

Managing Stress and Overcoming Anxiety is the first talk in Experimental Psychology's Our Mental Wellness Series.

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