NSP Research


Research is a key strategic priority for the School, with particular strengths in the areas of anthropology, biological sciences, developmental and cognitive psychology, health psychology and neuroscience. The internationally recognised Research Centre for Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology is also based in the School.

The Research Centre in Brain & Behaviour

Our Mission is to promote and strengthen research activity in brain and behavioural sciences...

Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology

Evolutionary Anthropology is the study of humanness within a biological and evolutionary framework. Palaeoecology is the study of the interaction of organisms with their physical and biotic environments in the past...

Ecology, Evolution & the Environment Research

Ecology, Evolution and the Environment is one of the two independent research areas within the Natural Science section of the school. The staff profiled here include some of the University’s most prolifically published and high-profile researchers...

Psychology Research

The Psychology section of the school has historically had a core of research active staff producing publications in major peer reviewed journals over a number of years. Over the last five years, the department has experienced an increase in personnel, together with an expansion in space, research facilities and activities...

  


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