Monthly Archives: February 2016

Dan Goodwin: Junior Research Associate

Before applying for the JRA award I knew that becoming a researcher in Psychology was what I wanted to do, but deciding what I wanted to study seemed almost impossible given the sheer number of options available. When I saw

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My Placement at West Sussex Eating Disorders Service

By Amy Howes As soon as I saw that the School of Psychology was offering clinical placement years I knew that it was something I would be interested in. Despite having to hand in assignments most weeks during term two

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“What I wish I knew before starting my PG course…”

Zoe Hopkins: “I did the Experimental Psychology (EP) MSc, since my undergraduate degree was not in psychology. My year as an EP MSc student was very demanding – I never felt like I’d manage all the work I needed to

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The Bird Lab in the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

By Christiane Oedekoven   In the Episodic Memory Group (also known as the Bird lab, http://www.sussex.ac.uk/psychology/memory), we are interested in how people remember events and how that is reflected in underlying brain functions. During our recent visit to the annual

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My placement year at GlaxoSmithKline

By Lauren Maddock   I did not begin my degree with the intention to complete a Placement year but decided during my second year that it would be a great development opportunity whilst also trialling a career area I was

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