Dr Pauline Adair and Prof Aidan Feeney from our School, along with collaborators from Queen's, the University of Liverpool, University of Leeds, NHS Essex and Parenting NI, have been awarded £2.6 million to tackle child tooth decay.
A team led by Jocelyn Dautel and Emma Flynn from our School is one of 11 teams selected in the Foundation’s Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing request for ideas.
Our Green Initiative (GI) was established in 2019 to support greener activities within our School and to liaise with other university staff in a global effort to support a more sustainable university lifestyle.
Robert Weir discusses his NISRA placement, where he has been involved in researching Loneliness in Northern Ireland
Megan McAlister discusses her NISRA placement, where she has been involved in the reporting of Covid-19 statistics
The Health Minister Robin Swann has announced the commissioning of four additional training places on the postgraduate Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme.
Robyn McCue, from Newtownabbey, has overcome the odds this year to graduate with a PhD in Psychology, despite sadly losing both of her parents during her studies.
Sensum recently completed their second Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Queen’s University Belfast and was awarded an ‘Outstanding’ classification by Innovate UK.
The Stress, Trauma and Related Conditions research lab, led by Prof Cherie Armour, has been awarded £306,956 towards a new study into the health and wellbeing of UK military veteran families.
Clinical psychologist Dr Christopher Graham, a Senior Lecturer in Queen’s School of Psychology, talks about our natural human responses in this crisis, and suggests positive ways to channel anxiety.
How do life-changing situations affect our behaviour? Dr Martin Dempster from the School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast is working to find out.
How can quarantine affect your mental health? How can we better manage the anxiety that lockdown can provoke? Professor Cherie Armour from the Stress, Trauma, and Related Conditions (STARC) lab at Queen’s is working to find out.
Psychology undergraduate Treasa Kilgallon hopes to help change the stigma around mental health with a psychiatric hospital placement in Bali
We extend our congratulations to Aoife Cuddihy (MSc Psychological Science student) on successfully obtaining a Postgraduate Impact Scholarship.
Research finds that people who have grandiose narcissistic traits are more likely to be 'mentally tough,' feel less stressed and are less vulnerable to depression.
Queen's University graduate Shannon Diggin traveled to Bali in Summer 2019 to undertake volunteer work. Here she describes her experience...
Queen's University undergraduate student Megan Clements traveled to Bali in June 2019 to undertake volunteer work. Here she describes her experience...
Academics from the School of Psychology have been successful in attracting funding to study the potential for ECD (early childhood development) programmes to promote sustainable development and peacebuilding.
Our Postgraduate Research community hosted their fourth successful Psych Hike conference on 19-21 May in Carlingford. This year the conference was held in the historic Carlingford Heritage Centre, and the hike took place around the Slieve Foye loop.
A mindfulness-based intervention for palliative care staff was launched at Queen’s University to evaluate its effectiveness for improving staff well-being.
Treasa Kilgallon (Psychology undergraduate) travelled to Bali during the summer to volunteer with SLV on their Mental Health Placement programme.
“My name is Rebecca McClements and I am now a Psychology Graduate of Queen’s University Belfast. I studied a BSc in Psychology and loved every year of it."
How do people in groups respond to authority decisions across cultural contexts? This is the question that led Karolina Urbanska, final year PhD student, to collaborate with Dr Miriam Park (Monash University Malaysia).
Dr Lesley Storey has recently been collaborating with Professor Nick Hulbert-Williams (University of Chester) as part of a study looking into psychological distress experienced by cancer patients and the care they received from health professionals.
Early Career Research Travel Grant takes PhD student Emma Berry to 21st PSAD (Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes) Scientific Spring Meeting in Würzburg, Germany