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  1. PALS Student Contributes to Major International Collaboration | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/pals/news/2020/may/pals-student-contributes-major-international-collaboration

    19 May 2020: PALS Student Contributes to Major International Collaboration on Critical Behavioural Science Theory

    PALS Student Contributes to Major International Collaboration on Critical Behavioural Science Theory

  2. Prof Eamon McCrory to lead UKRI’s Adolescence, Mental Health and the…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2020/mar/prof-eamon-mccrory-lead-ukris-adolescence-mental-health-and-developing-mind-programme

    30 Mar 2020: Professor McCrory has been named Director of the new multidisciplinary initiative in Adolescence, Mental Health and the Developing Mind

    Professor McCrory has been named Director of the new multidisciplinary initiative in Adolescence, Mental Health and the Developing Mind

  3. Responses needed for the first UK national survey supporting evidence …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/news/2020/mar/responses-needed-first-uk-national-survey-supporting-evidence-attachment-interventions

    5 Mar 2020: Pasco Fearon, Peter Fonagy, and colleagues from UCL and the University of York are conducting the first UK national survey of current interventions used by services that work with children aged 0-13 years with or at risk of attachment problems

    Pasco Fearon, Peter Fonagy, and colleagues from UCL and the University of York are conducting the first UK national survey of current interventions used by services that work with children aged 0-13 years with or at risk of attachment problems

  4. New evidence is a wake-up call on the mental health of girls | Brain…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2020/feb/new-evidence-wake-call-mental-health-girls

    20 Feb 2020: New evidence shows that young people, particularly girls, are at increased risk of mental health problems between the ages of 11 and 14, which is younger than previously thought.

    New evidence shows that young people, particularly girls, are at increased risk of mental health problems between the ages of 11 and 14, which is younger than previously thought.

  5. Dean’s List of top performing students for 2018/19 is announced |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2020/jan/deans-list-top-performing-students-201819-announced

    22 Jan 2020: Every year the Dean recognises the top 5% of students, in terms of academic performance, from across the Faculty.

    Every year the Dean recognises the top 5% of students, in terms of academic performance, from across the Faculty.

  6. Why watching a movie could improve wellbeing | Brain Sciences - UCL – …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2020/jan/why-watching-movie-could-improve-wellbeing

    20 Jan 2020: Regular cinema trips may help boost wellbeing, according to a new study which shows a few hours behind the big screen has positive benefits on a person’s mental and physical state.

    Regular cinema trips may help boost wellbeing, according to a new study which shows a few hours behind the big screen has positive benefits on a person’s mental and physical state.

  7. Faculty researchers contribute to new Transparency Checklist for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2019/dec/faculty-researchers-contribute-new-transparency-checklist-social-and-behavioural

    9 Dec 2019: Brain Sciences Professors David Shanks and Pasco Fearon are among 63 editors and open science advocates who have developed a consensus-based Transparency Checklist for the social and behavioural sciences, newly published in Nature Human Behaviour.

    Brain Sciences Professors David Shanks and Pasco Fearon are among 63 editors and open science advocates who have developed a consensus-based Transparency Checklist for the social and behavioural sciences, newly published in Nature Human Behaviour.

  8. Dr John Barry explores psychological aspects of Polycystic Ovary…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2019/nov/dr-john-barry-explores-psychological-aspects-polycystic-ovary-syndrome-pcos-new-book

    28 Nov 2019: In ‘Psychological Aspects of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome,’ psychologist Dr John Barry examines the past two decades of research in the fields of psychology, gynaecology and endocrinology health as they relate to PCOS.

    In ‘Psychological Aspects of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome,’ psychologist Dr John Barry examines the past two decades of research in the fields of psychology, gynaecology and endocrinology health as they relate to PCOS.

  9. Kate Rowley and Bencie Woll featured in Fry’s English Delight | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/news/2019/nov/kate-rowley-and-bencie-woll-featured-frys-english-delight

    19 Nov 2019: Kate Rowley and Bencie Woll featured in Fry’s English Delight

    Kate Rowley and Bencie Woll featured in Fry’s English Delight

  10. Professor Anna Cox appointed Vice Dean (Equality, Diversity &…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2019/oct/professor-anna-cox-appointed-vice-dean-equality-diversity-inclusion

    24 Oct 2019: Professor Anna Cox, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, has been appointed as the inaugural Vice Dean (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) for the Faculty of Brain Sciences as of 14 October 2019.

    Professor Anna Cox, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, has been appointed as the inaugural Vice Dean (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) for the Faculty of Brain Sciences as of 14 October 2019.

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