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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Investigating Psychology

Investigate the conceptual and historical issues in Psychology with this interactive feature.

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Are you a super recogniser? activity icon

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Are you a super recogniser?

Police super-recognisers have an above average ability to recognise faces and have identified a large number of criminals via CCTV footage. Do you possess the skill? Try our quiz to find out. 

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Could your brain activity be used in evidence against you? article icon

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Could your brain activity be used in evidence against you?

If brain scans can reveal when someone is lying, should they become part of the court process? The OU's Paul Catley and Lisa Claydon consider the case.

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Why is the media still fascinated by Brady and Hindley's crimes? article icon

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Why is the media still fascinated by Brady and Hindley's crimes?

Half a century on, the Moors Murders remain a fixed point of fascination and horror for the UK media. Two Manchester-based academics explain why.

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