Channel 5's 'Gadget Show' recently filmed at the University
of Wolverhampton. The facilities in our Psychology
department were specifically chosen for the two-way
mirror - used by our students during their studies - to
conduct an experiment with the intention of discovering how
iPhone users really feel about using the device.
Presenter Jason Bradbury, interviewed the phone users in
one room whilst being observed through the two-way mirror
in secret by Professor Geoff Beattie, who observed their body
language and commented on his observations. The episode was shown
12 December 2011.
The two-way mirror is used for practical classes in
the 2nd year of teaching on our
BSc Psychology and BSc
Counselling Psychology courses.
Students use the lab for experiments on lie detection
and paranoia. Many of our final year students utilise these
facilities for their own research studies. Our doctoral trainees
also use the two-way mirror for therapy role-play.
For more information about our Psychology courses and facilities
please contact 01902 322667 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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