It is surprise — or in more technical terms ‘prediction error’ — that boosts our memory
Jörn Alexander Quent
Meet cognitive neuroscientist and psychologist completing his PhD. The Gates Cambridge Scholar shares insights into his research into vivid memory.
Response to media coverage of Report and Support
The Department of Psychiatry wish to state our support for the Vice-Chancellor, and also the Report and Support Policy in the strongest and most helpful terms possible.
Counselling can help young children’s mental health, says study
Counselling sessions improve long-term mental health in primary-school-aged children, this research has implications for reversing declining mental health in young people in a Covid-19 era.
COVID-19: health and social care access for autistic people
A new study has found that the COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated existing healthcare inequalities for autistic people, contributing to disproportionate increases in morbidity and mortality, mental health and behavioural difficulties, and reduced quality of life.
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