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Shocking absence of carers dementia training to be addressed by new research centre

Dementia patients are being looked after by carers who experience a "shocking absence" of illness-specific training, and researchers from the University of Reading will be looking at how to address the problem.

Experimental Psychological Society meeting at the University of Reading 

Running from Wednesday 12th - Friday 14th July 2017, this free event is open to all. Read the programme here.

Join 40,000 people around the world to learn more about mental health

A free online course teaching the basics of depression and anxiety, and exploring cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), will be running again after seeing more than 40,000 people across the world enrol.


Dr Ciara McCabe is selected to give 'The New Talent Talk' at the Brain Prize Meeting in Copenhagen in October 2017

Dr McCabe was selected by the 2017 Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize program committee, and the Brain Prize winners Peter Dayan, Wolfram Schultz and Ray Dolan.


The pain matrix: all in your head?

Dr Tim Salomons tell us more.

Cocoon: Emotion psychology meets cyber-physical security in IoT smart homes

Professor Bhisma Chakrabarti was recently interviewed for a piece on the impact of Brexit on autism research. 


90 things you didn't know about the University of Reading

In our 90th year, we've put together a list of the strangest, most interesting, most impressive stats facts and figures about the University. How many did you already know?

Organic baby and toddler food start-up company becomes the number 1 baby food brand in the UK

A baby food business supported by Innovate UK is transforming the market in both the UK and globally.


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