Research can be conducted in any of the specialist areas of research supported by the school. The school has a wide range of psychology research interests including cognition, learning, memory, vision, music, developmental, emotion, health, clinical, social and neuroscience. Students have access to an extensive, modern and well-equipped laboratory facilities supported by a dedicated team of technical staff. The range of potential projects and supervisors available.
Successful applicants will be part of a large, vibrant, highly collaborative community of PhD students with good interdisciplinary links. Currently the school has around 45 students registered for a PhD, and 30 students studying for a DClinPsy. Psychology PhD students automatically become members of the Cognition Institute which is an interdisciplinary research Institute providing further opportunities for training and collaboration.
For more details of the school’s research activity, please visit our research pages.
If you wish to discuss these studentships further informally, please contact Professor Chris Mitchell. However, applications must be made in accordance with the details shown below.