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Sheffield Hallam to evaluate youth crime prevention...

Issued:10/10/19

Sheffield Hallam University has partnered with the Youth Endowment Fund to evaluate a set of projects aimed at stopping children and young people becoming...



University launches Centre for Behavioural Science...

Issued:01/07/19

Using behavioural science to tackle public health and policy issues was at the top of the agenda at a conference to mark the official opening of Sheffield...



Four ways in which Leonardo da Vinci was ahead of...

Issued:02/05/19

Leonardo da Vinci is generally recognised as one of the great figures of the Renaissance and one of the greatest ever polymaths. As the world marks...



Sheffield Hallam part of government's Behavioural...

Issued:21/02/18

Sheffield Hallam University will lead work in collaboration with The University of Manchester to help tailor vital public sector services using behavioural...



You are what you think you eat

Issued:06/09/17

New research has shown that people consume more calories if they believe they have eaten less than someone else - even if it is exactly the same meal.Despite...



What is sex shopping really like for women?

Issued:06/09/17

A new book released today explores the contradiction of how women experience sex shops as consumers.The book, Consumer Sexualities, by Dr Rachel Wood...



Sporting heroes praise student's problem-solving theories

Issued:27/06/17

A book written by a PhD student at Sheffield Hallam University has been praised by two of the world's most successful sports stars.Dame Jessica...



New tool designed to diagnose compulsive buyers

Issued:06/06/17

A screening tool to help diagnose people who are compulsive buyers has been developed as part of new research carried out by academics at Sheffield...



Researchers marvel at potential of comics for learning

Issued:01/03/17

A new study has suggested comics are a better resource than text alone for students to learn new educational information.The research, carried...



New board game teaches students about the brain

Issued:15/12/16

Healthcare students from across the UK are set to benefit from a new board game designed by academics at Sheffield Hallam University. Take the Neuro...