PhD student Penn Smith wins Leeds for Life funding for event titled - ‘A picture of mental health’: Exhibition of photos by service users and staff at an innovative rehabilitation and recovery service
The School of Psychology is proud to announce the winners of our Civic Awards. These awards celebrate students and alumni who have made an outstanding contribution to the School and beyond.
Women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) should be given more advice about pregnancy so they can make informed choices about whether to have a family, say our academics.
A drug that targets the appetite control system in the brain could bring about significant weight loss in people with clinical obesity, according to new research by our academics.
Dr Weighall appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss findings from research designed to provide an insight into the sleeping patterns of young children in the UK.
Impact videos launched on transition to motherhood with IBD
More than a third of primary school children are failing to get sufficient sleep, according to research lead by School of Psychology researcher, Dr Anna Weighall.
We have recently been awarded a research grant by the Medical Research Council (MRC) for research into school based intervention for young people with mental health difficulties.
One of our 2nd year PhD students, Rachael Moss was awarded first prize by the Scientific Committee in the general poster category at the Division of Health Psychology Conference on the 8th September.