New research unlocks the mystery of how readers’ brains transform written words into meanings
Academics at Royal Holloway and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands have shown that the number of people that speak a language influences how complex its grammar would be.
A recent study has found there is more to the simple leave vs remain ideology than first thought and revealed there are actually ten distinct ‘classes’, or ‘types’, of voters.
Meet one of our new Lecturers!
A new study led by Royal Holloway, aims to help young adults born with HIV, to share their status with their friends, family and partners.
On July 5th, we host the SERNS Research and Practice Meeting which brings together researchers and practitioners to maximise the impact of research on practice within schools.
Researchers at Royal Holloway conducted a Tinder-like study to see how people choose potential partners on dating apps
A new survey is to be carried out to help inform the Open Science strategy
New research project will map adolescents’ changing sleep patterns and find out how these impact memory and learning
Study explores how university students perceive NHS and peer-to-peer mental health support and services