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New ‘hearing’ maps are real conversation starters New ‘hearing’ maps are real conversation starters

11/03/2010

Innovative software designed to improve the acoustic design of indoor spaces

Pregnant woman in silhouette Depression in pregnancy tied to antisocial behaviour in teenagers

05/02/2010

Psychologists from Cardiff’s School of Psychology have published new evidence revealing children from urban areas whose mothers suffer from depression during pregnancy are more likely than others to show antisocial behaviour, including violent behaviour, later in life.

enny Willott MP is shown key brain imaging techniques with her fellow MP Roger Williams (left to right) by Dr David McGonigle and Dr Natalia Lawrence MPs’ Royal Society visit

19/01/2010

MPs visit University as part of unique ‘pairing’ scheme

Politicians turn Psychologists Politicians turn Psychologists

12/11/2009

Welsh MPs paired with leading University scientists

scan of a brain Memory gets grant boost

22/05/2009

£1.57 million for research into learning and memory

a picnic in a park World’s largest picnic

21/05/2009

Bank holiday record-breaking attempt

Brain scan ‘Singing brains’ discovered

19/05/2009

Findings could help treat epilepsy and schizophrenia sufferers

Professor John Pearce FRS Lifetime award for outstanding research and originality

11/05/2009

Professor’s lifetime of cutting edge research honoured

Dr Michael Lewis, School of Psychology Injecting cosmetic happiness

01/04/2009

Does Botox treatment make you happy?

mother and baby Researchers investigate prenatal smoking link with anti-social behaviour in children

03/02/2009

Novel study is first of its kind to test the importance of life in the womb

Work and wellbeing Work and wellbeing

30/01/2009

New research explores link between work and health among young people

Professor Susan Leekam Wales spearheads autism research

29/01/2009

New University Chair as part of national strategy

Welsh flag painted on face National Assembly officials hear findings of new research into Welsh language

23/01/2009

New research asks: ‘If Welsh speakers are more likely to back independence, what about the non-Welsh speakers?’

Nanotechnology optimism

08/12/2008

Members of the public focus on benefits of new technology

Funny books make parents better readers Funny books make parents better readers

09/10/2008

Mums’ and Dads’ read-aloud skills can be affected by book content

Living with nuclear power Living with nuclear power

30/09/2008

Study sheds new light on perceptions of nuclear power in Britain

Celebrating Science Celebrating Science

11/09/2008

Cardiff scientists contribute to International Festival

Bipolar disorder New light on brain mechanisms in Bipolar Disorder

18/08/2008

Significant genetic associations revealed

Richard Bowers New art installation summons up Dante's Inferno

10/07/2008

Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’intrate…the School of Psychology?

Dr Chambers (left) and Dr Sumner at the CUBRIC building Psychologists among the medals

02/05/2008

Double success for research on vision and cognition