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Outstanding research

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Excellent teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels

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Superb research and teaching facilities

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At the University of York: one of the top-100 departments of psychology in the World

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Welcome to the Department of Psychology at the University of York, a friendly, stimulating and supportive environment for students where science flourishes. We’re one of the world’s top psychology departments, excelling in both teaching and research.

Studying at York

Masters courses

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YorkTalks 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqHRvWftObc

We were joined by over 700 people for a day of inspirational short talks about the world-leading research happening at York. In this video, Head of Department Professor Mike Burton gives a brief overview of the topic of his YorkTalks 2018 presentation "Facing up to the security challenge." 

News

Say Cheese! Why a toothy smile makes it easier for you to be identified

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2018

Dr Mila Mileva led research which found a subject that has a fulsome smile in a photo makes identification easier.

York Academic to take up BSA Section Presidency

Posted on Wednesday 23 May 2018

Professor Steve Tipper will join 16 other leading academics from across the country as a Section President.

Peter Venables leaves generous gift to support undergraduate Psychology students

Posted on Wednesday 18 April 2018

Psychology department founder supports five York Futures scholarships.

Research at York

Awards & Recognition

BPS accreditation renewed with warm commendations for BSc and MPsych programmes

We are ranked highly among departments of psychology in national and international league tables and we are proud of our Athena SWAN award which recognises our commitment to supporting women in science.

Seminars

Tue
16
Oct

External Seminar - Athena Swan Annual Lecture

4.00PM, PS/B020

Professor Zoe Kourtzi - University of Cambridge