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Friday 23rd June 2017

Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award

Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award
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Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award
Date:
23/06/2017
Monday 19th June 2017

Does the apple fall far from the tree? Research sees how well parents pass on their values to their children

Does the apple fall far from the tree? Research sees how well parents pass on their values to their children
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Parents who want their children to be kind are the most successful in passing on all of their values
Date:
19/06/2017
Tuesday 30th May 2017

The heart Trumps the head

The heart Trumps the head
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Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, and Regent's University London, studying the recent US Presidential Election, have found evidence to suggest that the "heart trumps the head" when it comes to changing people's beliefs in politics.
Date:
30/05/2017
Friday 26th May 2017

Wearing a 'heart' on your sleeve can reduce stress

Wearing a 'heart' on your sleeve can reduce stress
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New research published in Scientific Reports shows that a heartbeat-like vibration delivered onto the inside of the wrist can make the wearer feel significantly less stressed.
Date:
26/05/2017
Monday 24th April 2017

Dr Cinnirella joins prejudice public panel

Dr Cinnirella joins prejudice public panel
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Royal Holloway social psychologist Dr Marco Cinnirella will participate in a public panel discussion in London on the topic of prejudice on Wednesday 3 May 2017
Date:
24/04/2017
Thursday 20th April 2017

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading
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Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading
Date:
20/04/2017
Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Should I really just have clicked on that? Find out from the experts...

Should I really just have clicked on that? Find out from the experts...
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Should I really just have clicked on that? Royal Holloway's ISG and Department of Psychology showed us the intertwined challenges of evolving technology and its interaction with the human brain at the 2017 Stevenson Science lecture.
Date:
22/03/2017
Wednesday 15th February 2017

Many GPs are ill-informed and unsupportive when tackling Britain's leading cause of blindness, new research reveals

Many GPs are ill-informed and unsupportive when tackling Britain's leading cause of blindness, new research reveals
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New research published today in the BMJ Open has found that patients experiencing degenerative eye disease are not receiving the information and support needed to manage, understand and treat their condition. It found the quality of GP's support in this area has declined, and lack of timely information from optometrists and eye specialists may be leading to more patients being registered sight impaired or severely sight impaired.
Date:
15/02/2017
Tuesday 17th January 2017

Racial bias in a heartbeat: how signals from the heart shape snap judgements

Racial bias in a heartbeat: how signals from the heart shape snap judgements
Description
signals from the heart shape snap judgements about threat
Date:
17/01/2017
Thursday 24th November 2016
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