Centre for Psychological Research

Our research focuses on numerous applied and theoretical areas of Psychology, including: health psychology, counselling psychology, cognitive psychology, cyberpsychology, forensic and investigative psychology, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Each of these areas is represented in a number of overlapping research groups.

Staff Directory

View our staff directory to see research profiles for the Institute of Psychology team.

Contact details

Please use the following details to get in touch

Department of Psychology, 
Institute of Human Sciences,
Faculty of Education, Health & Wellbeing, 
University of Wolverhampton, Milennium City Building,
City Campus - South, Wolverhampton, UK. 

Email: Psychology-enquiries@wlv.ac.uk

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Special Interest Research Groups

The following SIRGs are all supported by the Wolverhampton Applied Psychology Research Group (WARG). Please use the links below to find out more about the groups.

Eating Behaviour Psychology (EBP)

The group offers an interdisciplinary forum for research on eating behaviour across a range of contexts, for the development of research projects, applying for relevant research funding, and informing practitioners and organisations on practice and policy development where appropriate.

Find out more about the Eating Behaviour Psychology (EBP) research group. 

Wolverhampton Intellectual Disability Network (WIDeN)

WIDeN is an interest group focussing on widening participation, increasing inclusion, improving wellbeing, and enhancing knowledge, advocacy and support for people with intellectual disabilities through research, teaching and community work. It is a forum in which those working in and researching in the field of intellectual disabilities can come together to discuss, plan and share research and practice work and aims to build research and practice partnerships with people with intellectual disabilities, their families and those who support them and specialist and generic services, organisations and institutions.

Find out more about the Wolverhampton Intellectual Disability Network (WIDeN).