In this film, Dr Jim Turner, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, looks at ‘the CSI effect’ and explains why forensic science doesn’t always provide the answers. https://www.bbc.com/ideas/videos/have-you-been-fooled-by-forensics-on-tv/p07hy9pf?playlist=made-in-partnership-with-the-open-university
Dr Zoe Walkington from the School of Psychology and Counselling fronts a new BBC film which investigates the psychology of stories and reading. You may be surprised by the findings it reports. You can see the film here: https://www.bbc.com/ideas/videos/what-actually-happens-inside-us-when-we-read/p07h9t70?playlist=made-in-partnership-with-the-open-university
Last week Stephanie Taylor attended the School's conference for PhD students. Academic study implies a trajectory. First you study one module, then another, until eventually you’ve completed a qualification – probably a BA or BSc. At that point, most people have fulfilled their study goals. However it’s possible that you want to obtain a higher… Continue reading A PhD in Psychology?