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"I spent several years searching for an academic supervisor who could expand my thinking and challenge me intellectually... I found that supervisor at Surrey."
The School of Psychology has recently made a significant investment in new laboratory facilities for research in neurosciences.
Listening to five minutes of birdsong every day can be said to help beat the winter blues, but what other benefits can it bring? A new three year research project that will look into the impact of birdsong on human wellbeing and behaviour is being launched today by the University of Surrey in partnership with the National Trust and Surrey Wildlife Trust.
An interview of Fathali Moghaddam, Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University.
Moghaddam discusses with Peter Hegarty his return to Iran after his PhD at the University of Surrey and how his observations and experiences informed the theory of intergroup relations presented in his new book "The Psychology of Dictatorship".
Tuesday 25 Nov. 2014
Monday 15 Dec. 2014
Wednesday 25 Feb. 2015
Tuesday 17 Mar. 2015
Wednesday 15 Apr. 2015
Tuesday 28 Apr. 2015
Tuesday 19 May. 2015