28 January 2016
UC psychology graduate Dr Heather Gordon's new research documents the findings of a study which treated 14 Canterbury children with ADHD with micronutrients.
29 September 2015
Two University of Canterbury professors are among the finalists for the Women of Influence awards for 2015.
28 September 2015
Two University of Canterbury composers are among the winners of the inaugural NZTrio Composing Competition 2015: Celebrating Lilburn.
07 September 2015
Professor Julia Rucklidge from the University of Canterbury has been presented with the Ballin Award.
14 July 2015
Positive images of the Christchurch recovery are a "time travel dream machine", but more distracting than negative ones, according to UC research findings.
15 June 2015
The preliminary research findings of UC PhD student Megan Blakely have the potential to improve sporting performance, as well as health and safety in occupations.
12 March 2015
A substantial University of Canterbury smoking trial has begun to see if smokers are more likely to quit if they consume micronutrients.
09 March 2015
A University of Canterbury psychology research team is testing whether or not a micronutrient formula can be effective in eliminating symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
02 February 2015
University of Canterbury psychology researchers are working with a revolutionary Baxter robot to understand human-robot interaction such as trust and cooperation.
15 January 2015
In the next five years people will be able to search for information using their glasses, a wrist watch, or even a computer built into the clothes they wear.
03 December 2014
UC PhD psychology student Samantha Lee has been awarded a three year $120,000 Lotteries Health Research scholarship.
04 August 2014
A UC PhD student is investigating micronutrients to see if they can help children with ADHD, and improve their social skills and cognitive functions.
30 July 2014
Support from partners, husbands, wives and spouses softened the impacts of depression following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, University of Canterbury research has found.
18 July 2014
University of Canterbury researchers are investigating a brain protein which may impact on the memory of people with Alzheimer's disease.
11 July 2014
A group of University of Canterbury students are developing a personal robot with the aim of bringing robotics to people to improve quality of life.
03 July 2014
A University of Canterbury research project is seeking to find out the impact of traumatic brain injury on adults aged 50 to 65.
30 June 2014
University of Canterbury researchers who for three years have been investigating the psychological effects of people who survived the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes will present their findings to the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology in Paris next month.
11 June 2014
Over the last 40 years, methadone has been the most commonly used method of treating pregnant women with an opiate addiction.
22 May 2014
Nutrients do help treat some people with mental illnesses, a University of Canterbury researcher says.
03 February 2014
University of Canterbury (UC) research has shown that search and rescue workers could suffer cognitive overload if their rescue involves high risk climbing.
30 January 2014
Nutrients are significantly better than placebo in the treatment of ADHD in adults in a rigorously controlled trial, a University of Canterbury research project has found.
13 January 2014
A University of Canterbury researcher is looking into the positive impacts of increased cultural diversity through immigration in New Zealand and around the world.
06 December 2013
Feeling guilty about eating chocolate cake rather than enjoying it as a celebratory treat could add pounds, according to UC research.
03 December 2013
Employee resilience has a significant impact on organisational engagement, high performance and well-being, a University of Canterbury research study has found.
04 November 2013
A University of Canterbury psychology expert is trying to understand the origins of personal attraction by studying changes in time perception.