PhD student in Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology writes in the Guardian about cannabis use and cognitive impairment
Claire Mokrysz, a PhD student in the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology,
investigating whether teenagers are particularly susceptible to harm
from cannabis and alcohol use, writes in The Guardian about whether
cannabis use really does lower your IQ.
RAND report confirms that UCL is the leading UK university for research in Psychology, Neuroscience and Language Sciences
independent report by RAND confirms that UCL is the leading university in the
UK for research in Psychology, Neuroscience and Language Sciences. The report
examines highly-cited research, that is, research publications falling into the
top 20% for citations in their year and field.
BSc Speech Sciences student Oli Cheadle presented with prestigious Travers Reid Award, by Michael Palin and Travers Reid
Congratulations to Oli Cheadle, graduating BSc Speech
Sciences student, who has been awarded the prestigious Travers Reid
Award from the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, for his
project ‘Vibrotactile speech feedback: effects of
synchronicity, amplitude and placement on stuttering frequency’
Congratulations to Rosie Pegge, an undergraduate student on the BSc Psychology programe who has
been awarded a UCL Faculty Undergraduate Scholarship for Excellence of
Two recent graduates from MSc Speech and Language Sciences win the Tavistock Prize for “excellent work related to aphasia”
Congratulations to Nichola Briggs and Philippa Clay, two recent graduates from the MSc Speech and Language Sciences, who have been awarded the Tavistock Prize for “excellent work related to aphasia” from The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia.