Emma recently discussed her experience of being a queer type 1 diabetes researcher with Jo Watts of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
Our very own Cherie Armour, Professor of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health, has recently been featured on the BBC Podcast ‘Assume Nothing – The Hunt for Typhoid Mary.’
The Jean Crawford Cochrane Scholarship, launched in 2016, supports an undergraduate student over their 3-4 years of study. Jean Crawford Cochrane was an active member of Queen’s Women’s Graduates and a passionate supporter of women’s education.
We were delighted to work with Nick Ross as part of the External Research Experience Scheme. Nick is an alumnus of our School, a veteran broadcaster, journalist and campaigner.
People who have been victims of crime are more likely to approve of revenge, new research from Queen’s University Belfast has found.
School pupils who see their teachers as discriminatory are likely to be behind in reading and maths, new research has found.
Dr Katrina McLaughlin collaborates in a major survey of over 1000 parents and carers of 0-3 year olds across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
In collaboration with the Drug and Alcohol Research Network, the School of Psychology were delighted to welcome world leading researcher Dr Marcus Bendtsen from Sweden to spend a few days with researchers at Queen’s in September 2022
Bethany's research examines counterfactual emotion development (feelings when things could have been different) in relation to prosocial behaviours. Applying this to an intergroup context, she asks how we can promote inclusion across group lines.
Children begin to identify with religious and political symbols from as early as the age of five, according to research by Queen’s University Belfast.