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Chances are you’ve met a narcissist. Someone who thinks they’re better than everyone else, dominates the conversation and loves the limelight. But scientists are increasingly realising that not all narcissists are the same – some are, in fact, extremely insecure. Dr Nikhila Mahadevan explains.
Dr Nikhila Mahadevan
06 August 2021
In the latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast, Jules Pretty and Martha Dixon will explore how University of Essex academics are providing the evidence on the impact of green exercise and natural therapy. This is helping us understand the better use of what we might call the natural health service. They also speak to the Wilderness Foundation and Trust Links about putting these insights into action and transforming lives.
Professor Jules Pretty
15 June 2021
Five ways boredom could be changing your behaviour, for better or worse
Dr Wijnand Van Tilburg
07 April 2021
How to bond with your kids according to neuroscience
04 February 2021
It's been ten years since the term was coined. Here's what researchers know so far.
Dr Giulia Poerio
15 September 2020
Student Tiia created this vlog about her online learning experience.
04 September 2020
Over two centuries. the notion of boredom has shifted from an upper-class malady, through existential peril, to a functional emotion.
21 August 2020
I was midway through my second year studying psychology when the campus moved to online learning.
14 July 2020
Breaking out of the ivory tower
Dr Nick Cooper
08 April 2020
Relationships expert, Dr Veronica Lamarche, from the Department of Psychology, explores what impact COVID-19 could have on the family.
Dr Veronica Lamarche
31 March 2020