Organization profile

Organisation profile

Our Department is world-renowned for its excellence in both teaching and research. We have over 40 academic staff, over 100 postgraduates, and 500 undergraduates.  One of our key strengths is our expertise in a broad spectrum of topics in psychology, with people who work together across the traditional boundaries.


We have a distinctive research profile and a long-standing record of cutting-edge, theoretically-informed research in applied aspects of psychology.

We organise a series of seminars during term time.

Our research themes are:

The results of REF 2014 confirm the excellence of the research carried out at Bath.

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Psychology Medicine & Life Sciences
Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Anxiety Medicine & Life Sciences
Pain Medicine & Life Sciences
Cognitive Therapy Medicine & Life Sciences
Emotions Medicine & Life Sciences
Depression Medicine & Life Sciences
Pervasive Child Development Disorders Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2002 2021

Managing clinician risk in paediatric pain

Jordan, A.


Project: Central government, health and local authorities


Walker, I.

EU - Horizon 2020


Project: EU Commission

Research Output 1979 2018

Adapting Psychological Therapies for Autism

Cooper, K., Loades, M. E. & Russell, A. Jan 2018 In : Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. p. 43-50

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Cognitive Therapy
Autistic Disorder
Clinical Protocols
Social Change
Social Media

A meta-analysis of the relation between creative self-efficacy and different creativity measurements

Haase, J., Hoff, E. V., Hanel, P. H. P. & Innes-Ker, Å. 30 Jan 2018 In : Creativity Research Journal. 30, 1, 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Self Efficacy


Dataset for 'How smart do smart meters need to be?'

Mogles, N., Walker, I., Ramallo Gonzalez, A., Lee, J., Natarajan, S., Padget, J., Thomas, E., Hyniewska, S., Lovett, T., Ren, G., O'Neill, E., Hourizi, R., Coley, D., University of Bath, 1 Oct 2016