We are dedicated to providing meaningful opportunities for our students, and as testimony to this, we have provided opportunities for our students to take part in a Paid Research Internship Scheme. An early version of this scheme was previously trialed, in which approximately one-third of our students opted to volunteer to assist with staff research. Given its success, 2015 marked the first year of our paid scheme, in which approximately 20% of our current second year undergraduate students were employed as Research Interns across a range of staff research projects, with some of these projects leading to published journal articles.
Examples of projects included:
- Attentional bias to pictures and words
- Autistic traits
- Are emoji emotional?
- Multiple perceptive-taking
- Alcohol and inhibition
- Behaviour change and food awareness
- Personality and offending behaviour
- The neural underpinnings of action simulation
- Eye-movements and memory
For more information about this exciting scheme, please contact our coordinator, Dr Stergios Makris
More details about our research can be located on our Research Group pages and individual colleague profiles.