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AS-Level Essay Competition winners receive prizes

24 September 2012

On Friday 21st September Clarissa Wigoder, from Westminster School, and Rachel Zarrouk, from Bolton School Girls' Division, received their £300 prizes for being joint winners of the 2012 AS-Level essay competition. They and their teachers had lunch with Prof Claire Hughes and Prof Melissa Hines at Newnham College. Both...

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Read more at: Professor Tyler participates in ‘A Question of Ageing’

Professor Tyler participates in ‘A Question of Ageing’

19 September 2012

A public event at the Guildhall, Cambridge

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BBC4 programme features Professor Usha Goswami

24 August 2012

Growing Children: Dyslexia. Monday 27th August at 9pm and again on iPlayer

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Professor Trevor Robbins lectures in Italy, Norway and Spain

20 August 2012

Summer lectures given by the Head of Department

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Professor Barry Everitt receives a Lifetime Achievement Award

1 August 2012

British Association for Psychopharmacology Lifetime Achievement Award 2012

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FENS-EJN Award presented to Professor Barry Everitt

1 August 2012

The 2012 FENS-EJN Award has been presented to Prof Barry Everitt

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SDP AS Level Essay Competition 2012 winners

1 August 2012

Over 100 entries were received for this year’s AS Level Essay Competition, sent from schools across the country. This year we asked students to answer one of two questions, “Are gender differences fact or fiction? Discuss with respect to at least two distinct measures or traits.” or “What is meant by the term 'good-enough...

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Centre for Family Research: Wellcome Trust award announced

1 August 2012

Professor Susan Golombok awarded major research grant

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Mathematics anxiety affects girls more than boys

11 July 2012

Research led by Dr Dénes Szűcs finds gender differences in mathematics anxiety

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Professor Nicola Clayton to deliver RI Discourse

26 June 2012

Professor Nicola Clayton has been invited to deliver a Friday Evening Discourse (FED) at the Royal Institution this autumn. FEDs, which are intended to promote science and facilitate the dissemination of useful knowledge, were introduced by Michael Faraday (pictured) 186 years ago and, in the intervening period, have been...

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