4 - Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience

In REF 2014 the majority of our research (60%) was judged to be “internationally excellent” or “world-leading”. The applied nature of our research was also evident in our impact case studies with (73%) scoring in the very significant/ outstanding categories.

Unit Co-ordinator:
Professor Maurice Stringer

In REF 2014 the majority of our  research (60%) was judged to be “internationally excellent” or “world-leading”.  The applied nature of our research was also evident in our impact case  studies with (73%) scoring in the very significant/ outstanding categories.

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73% of research impact judged to be  world-leading or internationally excellent

People Involved

The following university staff are involved with the research activities of this Unit of Assessment and participated in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework:

People Involved
NameRole
Adamson, G Professor Professor of Psychology
Armour, C Dr Lecturer in Psychology
Bunting, BP Professor Professor of Psychology
Campbell, C Dr Lecturer in Social Psychology
Cassidy, A Dr Reader
Elklit, A Professor Professor of Psychology
Ferry, FR Miss Research Fellow
Goeke-Morey, M Professor Professor of Psychology
Hargie, ODW Professor Professor of Communication
Houston, J Dr Lecturer in Psychology - Mental Health
Leavey, G Professor Director of the Bamford Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing
Liddell, C Professor Professor of Psychology
Mallett, J Dr Senior Lecturer
McBride, O Dr Lecturer in Psychology - Mental Health
McKinney, A Dr Lecturer in Psychology
Merrilees, C Professor Professor of Psychology
Murphy, J Dr Reader
Murphy, SD Dr Lecturer in Psychology
O'Neill, S Professor Professor of Mental Health Sciences
Robinson, G Professor Director of ARK
Shevlin, M Professor Professor of Psychology
Shorter, G Dr Lecturer in Clinical and Population Trials Methodology
Simms, V Dr Lecturer in Psychology
Simpson, E Dr Senior Lecturer
Stringer, M Professor Director of the Psychology Research Institute

Research Outputs

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Research Impact Case Studies

Bringing a science of behaviour to the community

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Impact on Northern Ireland policymaking from the use of findings on  community relations

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The human impacts of fuel poverty - assisting those most in need

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Research Environment

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