Psychological Research

This BSSRO -recognized Research Training course provides students with knowledge of and experience in a wide range of research methods used in psychological research. In addition, it provides students with training in practical skills involved in conducting research, and in reporting research effectively both orally and in written forms of communication.

  • Small classes combined with an emphasis on individual tuition
  • Emphasis on 'hands-on' experience backed by appropriate theoretical knowledge

  • Advanced training in research design, methodology and statistics
  • Availability of a wide range of options in areas of psychology in which the Lancaster Department excels
  • Excellent equipment and research facilities, including a Macintosh Laboratory with the latest software and several specialist laboratories for investigating, for example, social interaction, spatial cognition, motor behaviour, and child development.

The Construction of Culture-inclusive Approaches in Psychology”

Culture-inclusive approaches are defined for this issue as representing the universal mind of human beings as well as particular mentalities of people in a given culture in accordance with the principle of cultural psychology, in order to investigate any topic relevant to psychology. In this special issue, we have a distinguished researcher, a former professor of the Department of Psychology at the University of Chicago who is the world's leading researcher on positive psychology known for the notion of flow. Authors are encouraged to focus on methodological issues and empirical researches of broad relevance to culture-inclusive approaches in indigenous and social psychology, health psychology and positive psychology.

About the journal

Each volume of BSSRO Psychological Research features original contributions from members of the BSSRO Psychological Association and other leading international researchers. The journal's analysis of problem-orientated research contributes significantly to all fields of psychology and raises awareness of psychological research in INDIA amongst psychologists worldwide

The journal Psychological Research publishes articles that contribute to a basic understanding of human perception, attention, memory and action. It is devoted to the dissemination of knowledge based on firm experimental ground,

independent of any particular approach or school of thought. The contents include theoretical and historical papers as well as those of an applied nature that serve to bridge the gap between basic and applied research.

Research in psychology

Research Funding

Search BSSRO ’s database for funding from federal agencies, private funders and BSSRO -sponsored awards, and get grant-writing tips for NIH, NSF and more.

Research Tools & Methods

Tips on conducting research and opportunities for research training — whether you’re a student starting out in the library or a seasoned scientist honing your skills.

Responsible Conduct of Research

Support for ethical and responsible research in the psychological sciences. Also includes the responsible translation of research results for the general public and policy-makers.

Publishing Research

Writing, submitting and revising a journal article for publication. Get advice from APA journal editors and well-published psychologists.

Research in Action

Research in Action is a web-based compendium of psychological research that demonstrates the application and value of psychological science in our everyday lives. All the highlighted studies found statistically significant effects and have had important applications in society.