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Do you want to join a vibrant community of Psychology students? Why not become a member of our recently-formed Psychology Society? “We are Psychology” (WAP) is a society “by students, for students” to help provide a supportive community for students studying in our Department.

If you are a current student, you can join by visiting the Student Union website and logging in with your university details.

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Upcoming Events 

All week 8-12 Oct

Hello Yellow Campaign 

 Mental Health Awareness 


A taste of what's to come

9th Oct
Social Event & DINKY DORY's

Supporting YOUNG Minds



We are dedicating this upcoming week to #worldmentalhealthawarenessday 
We have decided to raise money and awareness for Young Minds by joining their #helloyellow campaign. Young Minds have the Vision of "leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges". So if there is a lot more yellow about this week, I hope it makes you smile. WAP is going yellow and I hope you will join us.
Our main event will be this upcoming Wednesday (9th). More details will be in the following post so keep your eyes peeled.

19 SEP

12- 2 pm -  A taste of what's to come Room LP 2.49

20 SEP

12-4 pm - Research Event / Psychology Department 

Raise awareness & funds for YOUNG MINDS 

Wednesday 9th October get yourself to Dinkys at 8:30pm in your best yellow gear! 💛💛💛 

You wonderful Wapplings 10% off everything on the night.


Even more than that - you will get a free spin on that wonderous wheel above with every order!!!


So thank you so much to @dinky_dory_ormskirk for allowing us to take over for the night.



And if you fancy donating that lil bit extra to this great charity (@youngmindsuk ) there will be collection boxes in Dinky Dory's.

So put it in your diary's Wapplings! Wednesday 9th of October, 8:30pm, Dinky Dory's Ormskirk!!!

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Research Seminars 

WAP will keep you informed with all the 

existing research seminar organised by the department. 

We invited Prof Alan Baddeley in our first year and looking forward to bring you other eminent psychologist as invited speakers. If you have any suggestions, let us know.