Members of the department have been on the radio talking about psychology and their research. Listen to these shows below.
Part 20: Dr. Ahmed Dahir Mohamed talks about mindfulness.
Part 19: Dr Dan Seal talks about PTSD in Malaysia.
Part 18: Dr Jason Satel discusses whether multi-tasking work.
Part 17: Dr Jessica Price and student Poh Wei Lin talk about how your job affects your memory.
Part 16: Prof Peter Mitchell talks about special abilities in autism.
Part 15: Dr Elizabeth Sheppard and student Lim Phui Cheng talk about driving behaviour in Malaysia.
Part 14: Dr Kirsten McKenzie talks about memory.
Part 13: Dr Ian Stephen talks about the science of relationships.
Part 12: Prof Peter Mitchell talks about the way children think and reason.
Part 11: PhD student Chrystalle Tan and Dr Ian Stephen talk about their recent research into how Malaysian Chinese recognise faces.
Part 10: Dr Jessica Price talks about diagnosing Alzheimer's.
Part 9: Dr Kirsten McKenzie talks about the mismatch between perception and reality.
Part 8: Dr Elizabeth Sheppard (Malaysia Campus) and Prof David Crundall (UK Campus) talk about the psychology of road safety in Malaysia.
Part 7: Dr Kirsten McKenzie and Prof Peter Mitchell talk about the human brain.
Part 6: Prof Peter Mitchell talks about the influence of birth order on personality.
Part 5: Dr Ian Stephen talks about the psychology of attractiveness.
Part 4: Valentine's Day special. Dr Ian Stephen talks about what makes people attracted to each other, and about the psychology of love.
Part 3: Prof Peter Mitchell talks about autism in Malaysia.
Part 2: Prof Peter Mitchell and Dr Elizabeth Sheppard talk about cognitive aspects of autism.
Part 1: Prof Peter Mitchell talks about the interesting, varied and well paid careers in psychology.