Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC)

Leader: Professor Rob Klassen



The Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC) conducts innovative and applied psychological research relevant to education and educational settings. Our goal is to conduct research that is both rigorous and broadly accessible to the psychology and educational communities.

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We run the BSc in Psychology in Education and also offer our PhD in Education research degree. Our research themes show our current areas of interest.

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APPG Report on Bullying

Posted on Monday 27 February 2017

A talk on cyberbullying in schools by Chris Kyriacou to the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Bullying has been included in the APPG's (2017) report on research evidence on bullying.

Student’s Romania orphanage trip account

Posted on Wednesday 9 November 2016

Third year Psychology in Education student Beverley Nunes explains what her trip to Romania with a school in York to visit some orphanages was like.

Designing and developing evidence-based interventions for reading, maths and resilience

Posted on Monday 19 September 2016

Members of PERC presented a symposium at the BERA Annual Conference 13-15 September 2016, held at the University of Leeds

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