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Self-confidence affected by teammates, Stirling study finds

A person’s confidence in their own ability varies significantly depending on who is in their team, according to new research from the University of Stirling.

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Self-confidence affected by teammates, Stirling study finds

University of Stirling triathletes mix it with global field at inaugural relay event

Six current and former University of Stirling scholar athletes recently competed against top international opposition in an exciting format of triathlon which will make its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020.

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University of Stirling triathletes mix it with global field at inaugural relay event

Older people identify the key to happiness in later years

A pioneering new study conducted by older people has provided valuable insight into what people want and need to make them happy as they age.

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Older people identify the key to happiness in later years

Limits on junk food promotion could help combat cancer

A University of Stirling professor is leading calls for the Scottish Government to restrict supermarket promotions on unhealthy foods which contribute to obesity and related cancers.

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Limits on junk food promotion could help combat cancer

Richardson on top of the world at Duathlon Champs

One of the University of Stirling’s newest sport scholars, Cameron Richardson, has made a blistering start to his university career as he became world junior duathlon champion at the ITU Duathlon World Championships in Penticton, Canada.

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Richardson on top of the world at Duathlon Champs
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