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In the media: December 2012

mA selection of Royal Holloway highlights in the print and broadcast media.



Dr Alan Bradshaw's research into the effect Christmas music has on consumers spending habits is featured

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.




Justin O'Brien is interviewed and MBA students Fairmond, Tosin and Safi are profiled in the feature of the week 


Professor Mandy Merck writes about the portrayal of queens in TV and film.



Dr Ian Barnes and Dr Selina Brace's research into how lemmings were wiped out is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.



Dr Alasdair Pinkerton is interviewed about the impact of the REF on postgrad research.



Professor Klaus Dodds's analysis of the geography of James Bond is illustrated with scenes from the films.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.




Dr Ryan McKay's research into how religious forgiveness makes people more generous is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here. 






Sue Clayton's film which charts the plight of a young Afghan refugee deported from the UK is highlighted.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here





Professor Robin Williams's research into how fatty acids could help treat epilepsy is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here


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