Let's catch-up with our freshly-minted Reader in Clinical Psychology, Dr Lyn Ellett
Let's have a virtual welcome chat with our newest lecturer!
Scientists have discovered that humans use the visual part of their brain when processing sounds in the dark, even if they have never had sight in their lifetime.
Membership recognises the international and interdisciplinary quality of Professor Tsakiris' research and contribution to cutting-edge neuropsychology.
Congratulations to students getting their results today!
Abigail and Sasha share their experiences volunteering during the pandemic
RHUL Psychology researchers are working on COVID-19 challenges across multiple projects
Celebrating Luke's appointment as permanent Teaching Fellow!
By caricaturing facial movements, Dr Nick Furl and colleagues showed that people’s brains represent faces using a special brain representation called a “spatiotemporal face space”.