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9th September 2019
  THE University of Chichester has crowned its 180-year anniversary celebrations by unveiling a new, modern logo to take it through its next phase of development. ​The logo has taken elements of the University’s crest to create an image which is forward-thinking but which also celebrates the...
25th July 2019
Shows for the first time that complex, mixed simultaneous emotions in adolescents could be assessed using an Analogue Emotion Scale Potential to supplement traditional emotional assessments where emotions are complex and people 'may not have the words' Next step: trials to test the findings in...
29th May 2019
Advancing dementia affects relationships between carers and those in their care It also affects relationships between those with dementia in care and their families, and the relationship between residents A better understanding of behaviour and behavioural change the key to sustaining good...
8th March 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been championing the role of women in society since it first opened its doors as a training college in 1839. Now, 180-years later, those principles remain a fundamental part of the University and its community - as it bids to develop a new generation of female...
25th January 2019
Children’s drawings are used as a communication tool in a number of professional/therapeutic settings They help a range of professionals to understand how a child is feeling The study’s findings show that children vary how they draw themselves depending on the profession of the audience, and...
21st January 2019
The study is the first to identify distinct subgroups of psychological flexibility Psychological flexibility is a core element of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy The findings will help clinicians to better tailor therapies to the needs of their clients Tailored therapies are more likely to...
14th December 2018
  AN INNOVATIVE partnership between the University of Chichester and a nearby dementia charity that supports residents through the use of art has been commended at an awards ceremony. Dementia Support, based in West Sussex, received a contribution to the arts accolade at the Observer community...
6th December 2018
UK universities have been at the forefront of the most significant discoveries and pioneering changes of the last century - and the University of Chichester is centre stage of these developments. We’re celebrating the many ways in which Chichester has made a real difference to everyday lives with...
17th July 2018
University research explored prospective memory, which reminds you to take action in the future Poor prospective memory can be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease Prospective memory may be improved via ‘acting out’ scenarios Improved prospective memory supports safer, independent living HAVE...
14th August 2017
The results of the National Student Survey have once again proved that the University of Chichester is one of the best in the sector for student satisfaction. Overall satisfaction is 87 per cent, three per cent above the national average, and Chichester is ranked inside the top 40 of all higher...

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