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

The research could be an important breakthrough in the battle to combat autism and other disorders which can prevent emotional understanding (Photo: hepingting via Flickr)

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

Hall was sentenced to six months conditional discharge at Lincoln Magistrates court. Photo: Richard Croft

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’

Erin volunteered to help children in Uganda. Photo: Erin Jolly

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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