Research in the Applied Psychology theme draws together expertise from across the School to apply psychological techniques to understand everyday behaviour. This includes work in human factors, clinical psychology and pedagogical research addressing a range of important issues in everyday life. Applied Psychology research has direct impact on society and economy.

Key areas of interest include:

  • The importance of non-technical skills at work
  • Understanding risk and safety in agriculture
  • Rudeness at work
  • Mental health and well-being
  • Understanding graduate attributes in the Higher Education sector
  • Innovation in teaching and learning

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Website of the Applied Psychology and Human Factors groups