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Student name Email address Thesis project
Christ Bily Aryanto Self-disgust and Parkinson Disease, identifying their relationship
Hakan Atis The role of music on executive function: exploration of active and receptive music uses
Haifa Abdeulaziz Bin Haamed Studying the effects of working memory training on placekeeping ability, mind wandering and vigilance/attention
Emily Boardman PTSD associated with chronic medical illnesses
Anna Butters Reaction diffusion modelling of cortical arealization
Hei Ka (Nadia) Chan How do heavy drinkers make enduring changes to their drinking behaviour after taking part in "Dry January?"
Jiayi Chen The role of performance-based measures and informant-rating scales of executive functions in identifying problems in attention deficit/hyperactivity
Luke Cleland What are the functions of beta oscillations in the Basal Ganglia?
Giulia Corniani The role of tactile feedback from the foot in balance and gait across the lifespan
Luthfi Dahriyanto Spiking Model of realistic human tactile interactions
Ian Edwards Using the behaviour change wheel to identify problem and potential strategy to develop school/campus-based pro-environmental behavior program
Bethany Eyre Impulsive control in a road safety setting
Megan Frith Is blood flow the key to the early detection and treatment of Alzheimer's Disease?
Bujar Gallopeni A longitudinal exploration of a general psychopathology factor across ahildhood and adolescence
William Garvey Investigating executive control and attention in relation to workload in younger and older employees: the role of psychological processes such as personal motivation, job satisfaction and work readiness as mediators/moderators
Dirk Goldschmitt Understanding and measuring individual differences in attentional control
Hazel Gordon Psychedelic drugs and serotonergic modulation of functional connectivity in cortical microcircuit
Merinda Haake Informing citizens - effects of imprints on digital political advertising
Rory Holmes Competences in person centred experiential therapy
Eleanor Hyde Applying natural design principles for biomimetic robotic control
Bashirat Ibrahim Effects of playing action videogames on cognitive performance
Poppy James Towards positive intergroup attitudes and prosocial humanity: the Roles of virtual simulated intergroup contact and integrative complexity
Shuangke Jiang Living with stigma: An exploratory study of self-beliefs and integration outcomes in selected refugee groups
Kirsty Johnstone The effect of tDCS on working memory
Elif Ezgi Kaplan The gestural misinformation effect in relation to the eyewitness paradigm
Naomi King Study of development of cognitive flexibility
Elisabeth Knight Developing chronic implants for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease in pre-clinical models
LLywelyn Lee interaction of visual working memory with sensorimotor modalities
Zijun Li Cellular mechanisms of neurovascular coupling in health and ageing
Anton Martinez Computational modelling of the emergence of somatosensory cortical maps
Xavier McNally The role of explicit and implicit psychological processes in clinical and subclinical paranoia
Ankita Mishra Empowering people to live more sustainably
James Myers Gender based violence from a social psychological lens
Michael Norton Modelling cognitive decline: large data in psychology and medical sciences
Shannon O'Connor Severe domestic squalor: the present state of the literature and potential future directions
Sebastian Odell Neurotransmitters, brain blood flow and functional brain imaging signals
Amy Otter Jealousy, attachment and self-evaluation
Michael Pan Advancing personalised care: treatment selection and outcome prediction research
Vibhuti Patel Emotion regulation and family functioning
Satwika Rahapsari Exploring the role of social norms in contributing to sustainable reduced meat food choices, offline and on social media
Dominic Roe Neurobiological mechanisms of developmental vulnerability and resilience: Investigations of threat processing disruption in adolescents following early life stress
Holly Mae Rowland Identifying the neural processes underlying skilled anticipation in sport
Laurynas Rutkauskas Enhancing balance and gait in ageing populations through rapid and localized tactile feedback
Ayu Riana Sari Barriers to help-seeking for mental health problems among university students
Zeliha Ezgi Saribaz Youth depression, psychological well-being, developing intervention for psychopathology problems
Wen Shao Network analysis in bipolar patients
Laura Shepherd

Predicting appearance concerns following burn injuries and development of an early intervention

Sonia Shpendi Exploring the role of nocebo effects in women¿s experience of cervical screening procedures
Rahul Sidhu Two diseases, one brain: The effects of cardiovascular disease on the speed, progression and severity of Alzheimer's Disease
Ioanna Sofia Spentza Factors affecting everyday problem solving skills in older adults
James Tait Advancing personalised care: treatment selection and outcome prediction research developing, validating and testing a treatment matching tool for post-traumatic stress disorder
Kubra Ulusoy Studying approach-avoidance conflict during adolescence
Vesko Varbanov Sensory processing in Autism Spectrum Conditions and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Runchong Wang Neuronal coupling across spatiotemporal scales and dimensions of cortical population activity
Dian Widyasari Reducing internalizing problems among Indonesian adolescents through school-based peer-led problem-solving skill training programs
Daniel Whiteley Cortical plasticity within and between lifetimes
Wenyi Xiao A comparison of EEG signal complexity measures in Autistic Spectrum Conditions
Ismaila Yakubu An exploration of the relationship between occupational stressors, job
performance and coping resources among employees with diabetes in Nigeria
Bixuan Yan Investigating the effects of meal timing for weight loss in adolescents with overweight or obesity

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