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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…

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Professor Duncan French on Alternate Realities: Brexit and Pokémon

As with many households across the globe – regardless of the age (or existence!) of children – my children became obsessed by the “Pokémon-Go” euphoria that captured mobile apps and…

Educational Research PhD Student Video
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Educational Research PhD Student Video

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvsoQuZmwmQ] Theresa Marriott is an Educational Research PhD student here at the University of Lincoln and she is currently writing up her final thesis, which focuses on the perceptions and…

Lincoln Law Professor, Matthew Hall on the Sentencing of Oxford University Student, Lavinia Woodward
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Lincoln Law Professor, Matthew Hall on the Sentencing of Oxford University Student, Lavinia Woodward

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New Study Shows That People Who Attend Concerts Are More Likely To Give To Charity

A new study conducted by the University of Lincoln and the University of Kent indicates that those who attend cultural events, including concerts are more likely to participate in charity…

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Lincoln Psychology Research into Gambling Addiction and the Link to Childhood Trauma

Men with problem and pathological gambling addictions are more likely to have suffered childhood traumas including physical abuse or witnessing violence in the home, according to new research. Psychologists examined…

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Trump and the Paris Agreement: Withdrawal from the World but not from the Planet

Professor of International Law and Co-Director of Lincoln Centre for Environmental Law & Justice, Duncan French on the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement “The decision by President Trump to…

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Lincoln Psychology Explores How Tourists Can Misread Signs of Aggression in Wild Monkeys

Wildlife tourists frequently fail to identify aggressive and distressed emotional states in wild monkeys – mistaking animals’ warnings of aggression for ‘smiles’ and ‘kisses’. This can lead to welfare problems…

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Couples on the rocks find happiness by ‘sticking it out’

Report findings show that over two thirds of parents who were unhappy following the arrival of their first born were content together 10 years on, going against the notion that…

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Student Blog: A Quick Guide to Finding Work Experience in Psychology: Part 2 – by Madeleine Pownall

1. Use the right language Most psychology services will be used to emails and letters from students hoping to gain work experience. So much so, that the very words ‘work…