Many people are prone to ‘remembering’ events that never happened, according to new research by the University of Warwick.
‘I won’t be able to cope with my pain if I don’t sleep well’ – research from the University of Warwick reveals that the way chronic pain patients think about pain and sleep leads to insomnia and poor management of pain.
Not altering distinguishing marks in police line-ups can affect witnesses’ ability to distinguish between innocent and guilty suspects.
New research from the University of Warwick highlights why it’s vital for police to disguise distinctive features in line-ups.
Fruit and veg give you the feel-good factor - New research suggests up to eight-a-day can make you happier
University of Warwick research indicates that eating more fruit and vegetables can substantially increase people’s later happiness levels.
Children born prematurely are disadvantaged at school and into adulthood but delaying school entry may not be the answer
Children born before 34 weeks gestation have poorer reading and maths skills than those born at full term, and the difficulties they experience at school continue to have effects into adulthood: by the age of 42, adults who were born prematurely have lower incomes and are less likely to own their own home than those born at full term.
University contributes to NICE guidelines for supporting young people receiving health or social care
Chaired by a University of Warwick academic the independent committee of experts which developed the guidelines found support for young people moving from children’s to adults’ services can often be patchy and inconsistent.
People feel healthier when they live in a more scenic area, a new study has found.
A simple test using a raisin can predict how well a toddler will perform academically at age eight, according to research conducted at the University of Warwick.
Research conducted at the University of Warwick indicates that chronic pain sufferers could benefit from therapy to help them sleep better.
Residents living in Cleobury Mortimer are being encouraged to complete a short online survey which will help shape the future of policing and put them in with a chance of winning £100.
The Warwick community is saddened by the death of Dr Oliver Sacks who was a much loved Visiting Professor at the University of Warwick who drew capacity crowds for every lecture and seminar he gave on our campus. Warwick also conferred on him the degree of Honorary Doctor of Science in January 2014.
Humans are unlikely to be the only animal capable of self-awareness, a new study has shown.