Researchers from Royal Holloway have published a new study in Cognitive Science that shows people are more likely to believe information given to them by a native speaker
Scientists show that our ‘mental selfies’ can be affected by our beliefs about our personalities and our self-esteem
A new study on the psychological impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the UK population has revealed behavioural traits that predicted who adhered to lockdown restrictions, and those who didn’t.
We are excited to welcome Dr Michal Chmiel to the Psychology department at Royal Holloway as a teaching-focused senior lecturer.
The Charter provides a framework through which institutions including Royal Holloway understand and tackle barriers standing in the way of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff and students.
New findings from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway tell us how people jump to conclusions – even at their own cost – when they see others doing the same.
Dr Elisa Ferrè, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway wrote an article for The Conversation drawing on her research expertise on how the brain represents gravity.
Research led by academics at Royal Holloway and published in Psychological Science, contributes to an intense debate about how best to teach children to read.
A new article published by Royal Holloway and TRL highlights that the self-driving vehicles of the future will require occasional remote human intervention in the event the vehicle's technology fails
A substantial proportion of adolescent mental health and behavioural difficulties can be predicted years before they arise, a new study indicates.