School of Psychology News & events

'Brain Games’ returns for another year

02 March 2015

From the Ghost Hand to DIY brain surgery, ‘Brain Games’ is for a third year running offering members of the public free access to activities and talks showcasing the power and mystery of the brain - 8 March in the National Museum Wales from 11am-4pm.

Ban on the smacking of children

03 March 2015

Dr Katherine Shelton, School of Psychology, was interviewed about the proposed ban on the smacking of children in relation to yesterday’s Welsh Assembly vote (BBC Radio Wales’ Good Morning Wales programme, 3/3/15; ITV Wales News, 3/3/15).

University to become ‘epicentre for European Neuroimaging’

19 February 2015

Cardiff University has confirmed its plans to utilise advanced MR imaging technology within its new Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC) in a bid to make the centre one of the top brain imaging facilities in Europe.

Business psychology careers event at the School

10 February 2015

The School hosted a careers event designed to show our students how a psychology degree can lead to a range of exciting business careers.

Report reveals public attitudes to climate change

29 January 2015

New research shows that the public regard last years’ winter flooding as a sign of things to come. [Telegraph] [BBC]

Entrepeneur in residence

08 January 2015

School of Psychology graduate takes on role in Cardiff University to inspire students and new graduates.

Breaking into the golden triangle

18 December 2014

Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience ranked in UK’s top three for world-leading research.