The University of Southampton
Psychology

Enterprise and partnerships

Here, in the University of Southampton, we have one of the largest groups of internationally-active Psychology research staff in the UK.

In Psychology, we try to promote a close relationship between research and enterprise. We can offer methodologies and expertise, new innovative ideas and high quality advice. In this way we can assist organisations in their development, gaining competitive edge on problem solving.

We are highly committed to the work we do. That commitment extends to ensuring that the results of our research have optimum impact on the world we live in. This is not only the longer-term grant-funded projects usually associated with a Russell Group university. We have also worked with a range of organisations on smaller projects, and on developing generic 'template' solutions which can then be readily customised, quickly and at lower cost: the essence of enterprise.

The pages that follow showcase some of our enterprise and partnership activities.

LifeGuide software

A package that enables professionals and researchers without a programming background to create web-based behavioural interventions.

In the public eye

Tracking and analysing eye movements can give insights into how people tackle a variety of tasks, such as learning to read or spotting visual clues.

Research facilities

Some of our top-class laboratory and other facilities available both on the Highfield Campus and on the road.

  • 9 May 2017

    Interactive website helps to reduce dizzin...

    An interactive website developed by health psychology and primary c...

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  • 23 February 2017

    Deprivation in early childhood can affect ...

    Experiencing severe deprivation and neglect in childhood can have a...

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  • 22 December 2016

    European funding for research transforming...

    Research that could transform the study of migration will be carrie...

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