A team of researchers at Edge Hill University has been awarded funding by the British Academy (BA) to investigate portrayals of autism in the British press in a bid to address the acceptance of the lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that affects the lives of millions in the UK.
Marina Biryukova/Shutterstock Helen Wall, Edge Hill University; Alex Balani, Edge Hill University, and Derek Larkin, Edge Hill University While the world is eagerly waiting for COVID-19 vaccines to bring an end to the pandemic, wearing a mask to help prevent viral transmission has become more or less mandatory globally. Though many people embrace mask wearing […]
A leading psychology expert from Edge Hill University has written a memoir entitled Selfless: A Psychologist’s Journey through Identity and Social Class, just published by Routledge.
A psychology expert at Edge Hill University has released a new book that explores how substances such as alcohol, tobacco and vaping products can affect our body and behaviour.
An Edge Hill academic has been working tirelessly during the current pandemic to ensure families in Liverpool are not going hungry and offering free therapy sessions to key workers.
World-renowned psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie is shaping intellectual debate at a series of global events, sharing his unique perspective on the psychology behind climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Timely new research from an Edge Hill University academic will investigate the effects of social exclusion and will use the findings to tackle loneliness in the future.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered why fewer students are choosing to study the biology of plants and are calling for changes to the curriculum to address ‘plant blindness’ to protect this much needed profession.
In a new article for The Conversation psychology lecturer Professor Geoff Beattie and Research Fellow Dr Laura McGuire from the Faculty of Education explore how to get the public to play their part in tackling climate change.
Psychology students at Edge Hill University have taken part in a virtual-style ‘Dragon’s Den’ event where they pitched psychology inspired business ideas to three top TV experts.