‘Unmarried women and those who never have children struggle to find their place in society’ new research from an Edge Hill University academic reveals. Interviews with women over 50 who have never married and/or never had children, found they often faced a battle for status and identity compared with married women and mothers. Edge […]
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Research from Edge Hill University has revealed that contrary to popular belief, online gamers are socially competent, have high self-esteem and aren’t lonely and isolated.
Do emojis show true emotions and reveal a person’s personality and intentions? That’s the question being asked by psychologists at Edge Hill.
Feedback from students is important to Edge Hill and we look closely at information provided so we can make students’ experience at the University more rewarding, positive and successful.
Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been named Psychology Author of the Month for June, by the education publisher Routledge.
Hand movements are known to reflect aspects of our thinking, but these may reveal more than we intend, explains an Edge Hill professor in a ground-breaking new book.
In the first of its kind, recent research by Edge Hill University’s Department of Psychology explored the effects negative gender stereotypes have on female gamers’ abilities to perform during gaming task.
Joining some of the leading names in science and psychology, Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Researchers from Edge Hill University have discovered that emoticons are potentially just as important as smiling and our tone of voice in influencing people’s opinions of us