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Psychology researchers find that babies breastfed for three months or more are less prone to social and emotional setbacks

Children who are breastfed for three months or more develop fewer behavioural difficulties than those who are not, research suggests.

The British Academy awards Postdoctoral Fellowship to Psychology postdoctoral researcher

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Psychology researcher Dr Drew Altschul receives Postdoctoral Fellowship from distinguished British Academy

Philosophy Professor Shannon Vallor leads new centre that bridges gap between tech and morality

How societies can innovate with technologies while having a firm ethical grounding is to be the focus of a major new hub.

Psychology professor receives funding for pioneering project into motor neuron disease

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Professor Sharon Abrahams receives funding from MND Scotland to research the mental capacity of MND patients to make treatment decisions

Linguistics Professor and Director of Bilingualism Matters elected as Fellow of the British Academy

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Linguistics Professor Antonella Sorace joins the 2020 cohort of elected Fellows of the distinguished British Academy

Music record inventively illuminates research into the evolution of words relating to “light”

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Professor Simon Kirby collaborated with artists & musicians around Scotland to create ‘Sing the Gloaming,’ a vinyl record of experimental music grounded in research

PPLS Undergraduate Teaching Office wins CAHSS colleague award

The PPLS Undergraduate Teaching Office was awarded 'Outstanding Team' at the 2020 CAHSS Colleague Recognition Awards

Professor Michela Massimi elected President of the Philosophy of Science Association

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PPLS professor elected president of the influential Philosophy of Science Association

Linguistics & English Language Professor part of project rebuilding people's lost voices

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People who have lost, or are at risk of losing, their voice due to a medical condition are set to be helped by a new spin-out company that will create a personalised synthetic version of their voice.

Linguistics Professor to deliver webinar talk at United Nations Association of New York

Antonella Sorace, Linguistics Professor and Director of Bilingualism Matters, will speak at a webinar hosted by the United Nations Association of New York