University of Sussex

The University of Sussex, (US) is located in Falmer, East Sussex in England. US received its Royal Charter in 1961 and has emerged as an multi-disciplinary research center ranked highly for its academic excellence. US has a student body of nearly 12,500 undergraduate and graduate students. In 2004, US opened the Brighton and Sussex Medical School and has embarked on creating a first rate medical research, teaching and patient care presence. US's Chemistry Department is distinguished, in part due to Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto. US has two Nobel Prize winners, 15 Fellows of the Royal Society and numerous accolades attributed to their faculty. US is noted for a campus with diversity, with faculty from 50 countries and students from 120 different countries.

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Falmer, BRIGHTON United Kingdom BN1 9QU
Website
http://www.sussex.ac.uk/
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Sussex

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Psychology & Psychiatry

The warm glow of kindness is real, study confirms

Psychologists at the University of Sussex have confirmed that the warm glow of kindness is real, even when there's nothing in it for you. In their study, published in NeuroImage, they undertook a major analysis of existing ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Depression speeds up brain aging, find psychologists

Psychologists at the University of Sussex have found a link between depression and an acceleration of the rate at which the brain ages. Although scientists have previously reported that people with depression or anxiety have ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

The brain system that stops worriers just going with the flow

(Medical Xpress)—Chronic worriers are more likely to use analytical thought processes when making decisions rather than relying on 'gut instincts', according to a new University of Sussex study published this week.

Neuroscience

Study shows maths experts are 'made, not born'

(Medical Xpress)—A new study of the brain of a maths supremo supports Darwin's belief that intellectual excellence is largely due to "zeal and hard work" rather than inherent ability.

Neuroscience

Neuroscience research questions current alcohol limit

New research by neuroscientists from the University of Sussex shows that drinking only one pint of beer or a large glass of wine is enough to significantly compromise a person's sense of agency.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Depression in 20s linked to memory loss in 50s, psychologists find

A new large-scale longitudinal study carried out by University of Sussex psychologists has found a clear link between episodes of depression and anxiety experienced by adults in their twenties, thirties and forties, with ...

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