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Texto: Experimental Psychology — PSY Cookies on this website We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you click 'Continue' we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies and you won't see this message again. Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings. Continue Skip to main content Accessibility Cookies Contact us Log in Web Learn Intranet Menu Home About us People Research Publications Research Impact Study with us News Events Get Involved Participate Public Engagement Search The online psychologist For Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, we are exploring how the University of Oxford has been researching the potential of online psychological treatments to support better mental health care Read more The Planning Fallacy - Three Minute Thesis Dyedra Morrisey, a DPhil student from Prof Robin Murphy's Computational Psychopathology lab has won 2nd place in the "3 Minute Thesis" competition. Her talk covered her research into the Planning Fallacy, where people's expectations on the completion of tasks and meeting deadlines vary, often wildly. With a useful addition of real-life examples where the planning fallacy manifests. Read more The future of children and young people’s mental health research at the University of Oxford In her first interview since joining the University of Oxford, Cathy gives us a taster of what it's like researching psychological therapies for children and young people Read more Another successful UNIQ summer experience Earlier in July, the department was proud to have hosted another successful group of eager young Oxford hopefuls interested in studying experimental psychology at undergraduate level. Read more Sneak peek inside the Oxford BabyLab Now is your chance to get a sneak peek into the workings of one of the first dedicated developmental psychology research centres established in the UK. From looking at the development of cognitive functions such as speech and language, memories and higher executive functions such as decision making, the Oxford BabyLab has been unlocking the secrets of the developing infant brain since 1992. Read more Over 30 research groups performing ground-breaking basic and translational research Read more Let’s talk about loneliness – the importance of social psychology Loneliness is an expanding challenge for health and care, and something that could affect any one of us at any point in our lives. This year’s focal point is about reducing the stigma about loneliness. We’re using the opportunity to shine a light on some social psychology research and how it can help tackle loneliness. Read more Research Our department was ranked first nationwide in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.  We have over 20 groups performing ground-breaking basic and translational research. Discover Teaching We are proud to be one of the leading psychology departments worldwide. We provide exceptional educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students alike through taught and research-based programs. Learn Engagement Members of our department engage frequently with the public to disseminate their research findings.  We contribute evidence-based impacts in mental healthcare, education, industry, and policy. Get involved From our Head of Department At the Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology, our mission is to conduct world-leading experimental research to understand the psychological and neural mechanisms relevant to human behaviour. Wherever appropriate, we translate our findings into evidence-based public benefits in mental health and wellbeing, education, industry, and policy. We aim to provide our students with an inspiring and immersive scientific education, and to train the next generation of outstanding researchers with theoretical rigour and cutting-edge methodologies in an inclusive, diverse, and international environment. We are committed to helping individuals thrive in a community that is free from discrimination, harassment, and bullying; and in which people treat one another with respect and dignity in a mutually supportive manner. Professor Kia Nobre Recent News Another successful UNIQ summer experience 19 July 2019 Sneak peek inside the Oxford BabyLab 17 July 2019 The Planning Fallacy - Three Minute Thesis 14 June 2019 BBC documentary on anxiety 15 May 2019 All News Events and Seminars Experimental Psychology - Learning & Development Seminar: Skilled readers' sensitivity to meaningful regularities in English writing Ana Ulicheva (RHUL) Tuesday, 23 July 2019, 3pm to 4pm All events Follow us on Twitter! Tweets by @OxExpPsy Contact Us Contact details for the department can be found here . A list of all staff and DPhil students can be f ound here . Find Us Supporting Our Staff We actively promote a family friendly working environment,equal opportunities and career development. The Department was awarded the Athena SWAN Silver Award in 2015.   Find Out More Job Opportunities We welcome applications from talented, well-qualified people interested in undertaking and supporting the highest quality research in psychology and other related fields. Current Vacancies Freedom of Information Privacy Policy Copyright Statement Accessibility Statement


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