International Connections & Research

A Collaborative Approach

We collaborate with researchers across the world on a range of issues including inter-ethnic tension, perceptions of health and illness, children’s cognitive development, reasoning, bilingualism, and skill learning in sport. We regularly host visiting researchers, and participate in international conferences. Countries with which we collaborate include; Canada, Sweden, USA, Croatia, Pakistan, Columbia, Philippines, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Malta, Russia, Italy and Belgium.

Dr Judith Wylie meeting with representatives from Tung Wah College

Dr Judith Wylie

International Research

Dr Judith Wylie is interested in knowledge and use of formulaic language in monolinguals, bilinguals and second language learners.

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Laura Taylor

Dr Laura Taylor

International Research

Dr Laura Taylor's research is framed by an intergroup developmental approach to study risk and resilience processes for youth, families and communities, in settings of protracted conflict.

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Teresa McCormack

Professor Teresa McCormack

International Research

Professor Teresa McCormack’s research funded by the ESRC is conducted with international collaborators in North America.

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Cathy-Craig

OUR RESEARCH

GLOBAL-REACHING AND WORLD-CLASS

The School of Psychology conducts research under the structure of one research cluster entitled Behavioural Sciences. Our research is organised around four Research Interest Groups that reflect the expertise and interests of current staff and contemporary themes in the sector.

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