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We are home to a vibrant community of PhD researchers exploring topics from maternal scaffolding behaviour to the role of tolerance in multicultural societies.
The prerequisites of successful maternal scaffolding behaviour
Institutionalized work-related bullying in the context of modern managerial practices
How language used in anti-bullying policies induces individual interpretation
Influencing factors in mind-mindedness and their interplay in the intergenerational transmission of this construct
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Research into reduced aspirations/expectations
My research is exploring the transition from adolescence to adulthood for individuals with autistic traits, as defined by the Autism Quotient Questionnaire
Altruism as showing off: A signalling perspective on promoting green and cooperative behaviours
The role of tolerance in acculturation and multicultural societies within Britain
The Self and the Sacred: A psychological examination of the relationships between believers and their gods
Online interventions to help cut down heavy drinking in students
How could computer mediated communication be used to support the breastfeeding mother?
Coming to terms with the past: The experience of Tamil refugees
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