Monthly Archives: June 2016

Reflections on the first 2 years of studying psychology

By Judi Luxmoore I have just finished the second year of my degree and it is overwhelming to think about how much knowledge I have gained, and how much I have grown as a person. I have worked hard, partied

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Reflections of a first year PhD student

By Mateo Leganés Fonteneau Doing a PhD was never my lifetime objective. When I finished college I started studying an engineering degree, but I realised quite soon that it wasn’t what I’d expected. I then went on to study Social

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Explaining involuntary influence: Beyond contagion

By John Drury   A recent article on the Brexit debate suggested that there is a fear among Governments that Brexit would lead to ‘referendum contagion’. The term ‘contagion’ here denotes not only the idea of behaviour spreading rapidly, but also

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