Creative, Digital & Cognitive Science: Research News

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Why psychologists have got it wrong on 13 Reasons Why

Since its debut the Netflix drama series, 13 Reasons Why, has been at the centre of a media firestorm. Psychologists and mental health groups have spoken out publicly against the… »

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Digital Transformations in the Media

Dr John Oliver, Associate Professor of Media Management, recently presented his research into the ‘digital transformation of media firms’ at the European Media Management Association Conference in Ghent, Belgium. The… »

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The Changing Nature of Strategic Collaboration

The changing nature of collaboration in the UK broadcast media was one of the key findings presented by Graham Goode, Senior Lecturer in Marketing Communications at the recent European Media… »

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The strange science of odour memory

Smell is a powerful sense. It can improve alertness, reduce anxiety and influence self-confidence. Certain odours can even prime people to have safe sex. Odours provide a richness to our… »

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Biennial PCCC Seminar Held in London

Day of Deviance Thoughts  from the fringes and future deviations in consumer and brand research The Promotional Cultures and Communication Centre (PCCC) hosted a one-day seminar under the theme of ‘deviance’… »

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The Oxford Media Convention

Melanie Gray and Graham Goode, from the Advances in Media Management research cluster, recently attended the Oxford Media Convention. The convention was organised by IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research)… »

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AiMM achieves a notable success!

Researchers from the Advances in Media Management (AiMM) research cluster have had 8 abstracts (a 100% success rate) accepted for the forthcoming European Media Management Association conference in Belgium. This… »

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