Current research at Royal Holloway is helping us learn more about the connections between our eyes and our mental state.
Dr Jennifer Murphy has been awarded a highly prestigious New Investigator Research Grant from the Medical Research Council to investigate sex differences in interoception.
Dr Saloni Krishnan from the Department of Psychology has been selected as one of 67 members of the newly established UK Young Academy.
Research show that people’s biases in perceiving artificial faces as real can then make them more gullible to information conveyed by such artificial agents.
Researchers at Royal Holloway tested whether there is something special about the sound of swear words.
A new study in Behavioural Brain Research that shows that imagining an action requires executive resources located in a specific brain area called the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex
Courtney has joined the department as a PhD student and teaching associate.
Project investigates the link between death and sexuality in the context of homophobic and heteronormative attitudes
A new collection of articles about mental health makes up-to-date scientific evidence accessible to younger readers.
Meet David Plans, a new lecturer in the department with a passion for what psychology and technology can do for the world.