School of Natural Sciences and Psychology
Liverpool John Moores University
The School, which was formally established in 2008, is one of four academic departments within the Faculty of Science, one of six Faculties in the University.
Research is a key strategic priority for the School, with particular strengths in the areas of psychological research, such as health psychology and neuroscience. In terms of resources and facilities this is a particularly exciting time for the School. In 2010, the psychology part of the School moved into the new £26 million Tom Reilly Building with the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. New state of the art laboratories, together with staff accommodation and student teaching space have provided the School with world class facilities. The School of Natural Sciences and Psychology currently has 60 academic staff members, fourteen dedicated, full-time technicians, and six administrative staff.
The role of the School in the ARtSENSE project is to contribute research and expertise with respect to physiological computing, i.e. the use of psychophysiological data as real-time input to a computing system. Specifically, we are investigating how real-time psychophysiological measures may be used to adapt the provision of information via the ARtSENSE system. For more information on this research, click the link below:
Contact Information:School of Natural Sciences and Psychology,
Liverpool John Moores University,
Tom Reilly Building,
Liverpool, L3 3AF
|Dr. Stephen Fairclough
(Tel) + 44 (0)151 9046311