Researchers at Edge Hill University have helped identify personality traits which make people more (or less) susceptible to persuasion than others. Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Helen Wall and colleagues Linda Kaye and Dr Andy Levy, carried out the research with academics at Ulster University and the University of New England, Australia. They asked […]
Robyn Ashfield proved a trail-blazer for the Psychology department, the first student to study abroad via the Erasmus+ programme. Her spell at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania has inspired others to follow suit, and she made an impact during her studies in Eastern Europe with her fundraising efforts for the Autistic Society and Stroke Association.
Another very successful year of Dragons’ Den, where Professor Geoff Beattie worked with two new dragons – Merry Baskin, Founder of the Baskin Shark Planning Consultancy, and Ian Armstrong, former global head of advertising for Jaguar Land Rover.
Megan Hart is building up to an appearance at a major dance final while also fulfilling her academic ambitions at Edge Hill University.
Professor Geoff Beattie appeared on BBC Breakfast on the 3rd December to talk about the psychology of hugging with Dan Walker and Naga Munchetty.
Edge Hill’s Psychology Department has become the first in the University to gain a top award for boosting gender equality.
Professor Geoffrey Beattie and Dr Laura McGuire from Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education were selected to be contributing authors of the United Nations International Commission on Education for Sustainable-Development-Practice Report.
After a turbulent upbringing, dedicated Fastrack graduate Rob has turned his life around and hopes to help others who are suffering the way he did.
The first review of Professor Geoff Beattie’s new novel ‘The Body’s Little Secrets’ from Marcel Danesi, Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto, and one of the world’s leading semioticians.
Year 12 and 1st Year college students have this week experienced life on campus during the course of a four-day, three night summer residential visit.