Areas of research available for students studying this MSc include judgement and decision-making, cognition, behavioural economics, health psychology, social psychology, biopsychology, and neuropsychology.
Research in psychology at Kingston is organised into research groups. Each group provides a framework for research collaboration and the exchange of research ideas:
There is a wide range of state-of-the-art specialist equipment, software and psychometric tools to support psychological research at Kingston. We offer a series of seminars in which eminent researchers from across the UK present findings from the latest, cutting-edge research in psychology.
BIDS combines expertise from cognitive psychologists and behavioural decision scientists at Kingston University. Informed by innovative methodological and theoretical frameworks, BIDS researchers conduct and disseminate research that advances the understanding, and ultimately improves the quality of judgments and risk communication, decision-making, as well as thinking and problem-solving.