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Do you want to try our new body scanner?

Body image matters to all of us. Influenced by bio-social factors as diverse as genetics, the mass media, family and peers, and even children’s toys, the internalisation of negative body…

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Former Para-athlete Kelda Wood on Working with the Human Performance Centre

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXvpxRUqO1Q] Former Para-athlete Kelda Wood visited the Human Performance Centre in preparation for her attempt to solo row the Atlantic from East to West. She will be the first…

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Changing Times? The Shifting Gender Balance of Scottish Parliament Committee Witnesses

University of Lincoln School of Social and Political Sciences Professor Hugh Bochel discusses his research into the shifting gender balance of Scottish Parliament. In the Scottish Parliament, as in other legislatures,…

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Lincoln Study Shows Dyslexia Does Not Reduce Pass Rates For UK GP Licensing Exam

UK GPs with dyslexia are just as likely to pass the knowledge component of the licensing exam as their counterparts, a new study has found. The Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)…

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Social and Political Sciences Professor Steve McKay Featured in The Express

Professor Steve McKay, from the School of Social and Political Sciences has contributed to a study that has recently been featured in an article about planned pregnancy and it’s impact on relationships. The…

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New Book by Lincoln Law School's Professor Matthew Hall

Lincoln Law School’s Professor Matthew Hall has released a book titled ‘Victims of Crime: Construction, Governance and Policy (Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology), which is available in hardback and as a…

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Lincoln Law Lecturer Co-Authors Paper on Supporting the Success of Forced Migrants in Higher Education

Access, participation and success in higher education are rarely considered as priorities when contemplating ways to support forced migrants that is refugees, asylum seekers and others in need of international…

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Lincoln Law School's Diane Ryland on International Animal Rights Day

Research undertaken by Diane Ryland, Senior Lecturer in the Law School at the University of Lincoln, is concerned with transnational animal welfare governance in agriculture with the objective of realising…

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Professor Steve McKay Co-Authors Paper on Financial Hardship

University of Lincoln Professor of Social Research, Steve McKay co-authored a major report with the University of Birmingham’s School of Social Policy which looks at the financial challenges faced by…

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Lincoln Law investigates if all ISIS members are lawful targets for lethal force

University of Lincoln Law lecturer, Max Brookman-Byrne questions whether the targeting of ISIS members by lethal force is lawful. The recent deaths of Sally Jones, a member of Islamic State, and her…