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Overcoming a stammer was about self-acceptance for University of Chichester psychologist Ian Tyndall
21st May 2020
THE psychological effects of living with a stammer can be debilitating and destructive for personal relationships and friendships, particularly for children. No one knows this better than psychologist Dr Ian Tyndall, whose own problem with stammering as a teen inspired his journey into...
23rd April 2020
Guide helps parents with children (aged 0-5) restricted to home during coronavirus lockdown Free-to-download booklet by University of Chichester and MESHGuides provides ideas on fun and engaging home-learning activities Guide relates to learning and development in the Department of Education's...
Runners showed enhanced physical and emotional experiences when accompanied by their canine
9th April 2020
People feel more energised after exercising with their pet pooches University of Chichester study shows canine companion increases motivation to exercise Participants reported lowered depression rates after doggy workouts   PEOPLE who exercise with a dog feel healthier and more energised after...
Start using EMOJIS in emails while home-working during COVID-19 to compensate for lost verbal communication
7th April 2020
Remote workers lose up to 93% of communication cues when messaging online compared to speaking face-to-face with colleagues Using emojis helps employees decode tone of emails, says University of Chichester psychologist More than 5 billion emojis are sent every day on Facebook alone   PEOPLE forced...
6th April 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has swept the glove, and the facts are startling. At the time of writing, there were a confirmed 1,920,918 confirmed cases worldwide and 119,686 deaths – a mortality rate of 6.23%. In the UK alone, there have been 88,621 confirmed cases and 11,329 deaths – a mortality rate of...
19th February 2020
Dr Victoria Hunter has been invited to Paris this week to speak about her work into site dance and choreography. A workshop in the French capital, which includes other leading dance researchers, marks the start of a new group about site dance. Dr Hunter, a Reader in Site Dance and Choreography,...
27th January 2020
A GROUP of international early-career scholars and PhD students writing on Iris Murdoch have met for the first time to speak about the author’s worldwide legacy. The meeting, which featured academics from across the globe, celebrated a recent revival of interest in the writer’s work among a new...
21st January 2020
RESEARCH at the University of Chichester reached a significant milestone this month after one study became the 3,000th piece of research to be archived in its repository. The landmark figure was achieved by Dr Thomas Gladwin, a senior lecturer in Psychology, on submitting his 27th item to ChiPrints...
9th January 2020
Students on the University of Chichester’s innovative esports degree – that combines competitive game play with sports science, event production and business – are competing individually and in team-based games against players from other higher education institutions. Aaron Kelly (below) capped a...
13th November 2019
Esports athletes playing in top-level competitions face similar stress levels as football and rugby stars University of Chichester examined psychological mindset of elite esports players Esports industry worth is predicted to exceed £1 billion by the end of 2019 Major esports competitions watched...

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