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Social status of listener alters our voice

People tend to change the pitch of their voice depending on who they are talking to, and how dominant they feel, a study by the University of Stirling has found.

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Social status of listener alters our voice

Psychology Division Undergraduate Prize Winners 2017

The Psychology Division congratulates all students this year on their accomplishments at the University of Stirling. To celebrate these accomplishments the division offers prizes for student achievements across their course.

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Psychology Division Undergraduate Prize Winners 2017

Students celebrate alongside Ryder Cup hero and leading sports psychologist at Stirling graduation

More than 800 graduates celebrated their achievements on the first day of the University of Stirling’s 50th anniversary summer graduation ceremonies.

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Students celebrate alongside Ryder Cup hero and leading sports psychologist at Stirling graduation

Stirling cleaner fish projects unwrapped on Channel 4 show

As part of the Channel 4 food and science series, Food Unwrapped, an aquaculture expert from the University of Stirling has shown how nature has a solution to a major salmon production problem.

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Stirling cleaner fish projects unwrapped on Channel 4 show

Tweeters’ feelings towards main UK political parties revealed ahead of #GE2017

An analysis of the Twittersphere conducted by University of Stirling researchers over the past week has uncovered people’s feelings towards the two main UK political parties.

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Tweeters’ feelings towards main UK political parties revealed ahead of #GE2017
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