Psychology student research at The Open University
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by psych2021
3M ago
Photo credit: The OU 2023 saw the launch of the second module, D811 Critically exploring psychology 2, from The OU MSc Psychology (Conversion). The first part, D810 Critically exploring psychology 1, was launched in 2022.   At the beginning of December, all students on the qualification were invited to the second of three research days ..read more
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Two opportunities for post-doctoral research associates – Forensic Science at The OU
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
4M ago
Photo credit: The Open University We are seeking two post-doctoral research associates for a project on trust in forensic science evidence in the criminal justice system, to work in the OU’s School of Psychology & Counselling for one year starting 1 March 2024. They would join a team of seven researchers on a novel, interdisciplinary project ..read more
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£650k funding secured for OU trust in forensic science psychology project
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
5M ago
Recently promoted to Professor Lara Frumkin, Head of Discipline of Psychology & Counselling at The Open University will be leading the project and working with investigators Heather Flowe, University of Birmingham, Maria Maclennan, University of Edinburgh, Niamh NicDaeid, University of Dundee, Vincent Hughes, University of York, Emmanuel Nsiah Amoako, University of the West of England ..read more
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Apply for a funded Psychology PhD at the Open University!
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
5M ago
The Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership (GUDTP) for October 2024 start is now open! Applications are open for funded PhD studentships in the School of Psychology & Counselling at the Open University. The studentships are funded through the Grand Union Doctoral Training Programme and offer a stipend to support living costs as well as covering ..read more
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If someone had to said to me…an inspiring story from the OPRC’s new Co-Director
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
8M ago
Meet Professor Catriona Havard My academic journey like many of our OU students was not straightforward. I didn’t do particularly well in school, I did get a few GCSE’s, but not top grades and I really had no idea what I wanted to do. I hadn’t found anything that grabbed my interest, or felt I ..read more
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This time last year – What does it take to investigate a murder?
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
1y ago
Photo credit: The Open University In case you missed this first time around in March 2022 - Dr Zoe Walkington and Professor Graham Pike of The Open University’s School of Psychology & Counselling, and Forensic Cognition Research Group, have written an online course using their experiences of applying psychology to policing contexts. The course looks ..read more
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This time last year…facial recognition
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
1y ago
Photo credit - Shutterstock This time last year the OPRC spoke to Dr Catriona Havard (now Professor Havard) about her fascinating research in facial identification under the FCRG (Forensic Cognition Research Group) strand of the Open Psychology Research Centre, and we revisit that conversation from Jan 2022. To read more about Professor Havard and her research, see the ..read more
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Psychology in Applied Contexts – an FCRG Event at the OPRC
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
1y ago
Photo credit - The Open University On 2nd November 2022, the Forensic Cognition Research Group (FCRG) held a successful hybrid research seminar. Having maintained a regular programme of research seminars online during social distancing restrictions, the event was a welcome return to the format of our pre-pandemic research meetings in London, with the added option ..read more
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Summer in the School
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
1y ago
Here is a look back to a post from this time last year. The same holds true. The summer month of August is traditionally a quiet month in universities, but the Open University is different and there is still a lot happening here in the School of Psychology & Counselling, and the Open Psychology Research ..read more
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What does it take to investigate a murder? Forensic Psychology online.
OU Psychology » Forensic Psychology
by psych2021
2y ago
Photo credit: The Open University Dr Zoe Walkington and Professor Graham Pike of The Open University’s School of Psychology & Counselling, and Forensic Cognition Research Group, have written an online course using their experiences of applying psychology to policing contexts. The course looks at the potential use of psychology in criminal investigations, and focusses on ..read more
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