Tag Archives: Psychology

Students to participate in new sleep deprivation study

Daniel Wenman

WATCH: The Linc speaks to Daniel Wenman, a Psychology research assistant, about his new study, which will explore the connection between sleep deprivation and genetics.

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Lincoln study reveals children can be trained to better recognise emotions

Neuroscientists at the University of Lincoln have released a study that could lead to real differences for those suffering from autism and other cognitive development conditions which¬†prohibit understanding of other people’s¬†emotions.

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Psychology student guilty of exposure

A flashing fresher at the University of Lincoln was found guilty of a public order offence at the Lincoln Magistrates court on Thursday October 14th.

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Volunteering in Uganda is ‘a life-changing experience’

Follow the footsteps of nineteen-year-old Erin Jolly, who volunteered in Uganda over Easter, a country riddled with poverty and an unstable economy.

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