The Queue – A Micro-system of Psychology

Queues can be found all over the place, at sports events, festivals, on roads and in your local coffee shop. We’ve all spent enough time in them, but the likelihood is that most of us don’t acknowledge how complex they really are. They seem simple, right? In fact, the queue is a very intricate phenomenon. … Continue reading The Queue – A Micro-system of Psychology

Could Virtual Reality Spell the End for Phobias? – An Analysis

Oxford VR released on Wednesday that Virtual Reality could serve as a cure of phobias in the form of a virtual therapist.     The team at Oxford VR, led by Daniel Freeman have begun developing a programme that could help solve fear of heights using Virtual Reality (VR), requiring no human interaction. This news comes after … Continue reading Could Virtual Reality Spell the End for Phobias? – An Analysis

The Real Reason Every University Student Should Cook

We’re all aware of the stereotypes around the student meal time. Noodles or baked beans on toast seems to be the go to that all your family assume you eat and to some extent this stereotype is accurate. Cheap meals that require little preparation can be a simple solution to the busy student schedule, but … Continue reading The Real Reason Every University Student Should Cook

Top 5 Tips for More Effective Learning and Revision – Learn More in Less Time

You're reading this article because you need to learn information and hate the amount of time it takes to do so. Well, you're not alone. Everyone needs to learn new things, particularly students, and no one wants to spend hours slumped in their room staring miserably at page after page of text. So we've provided … Continue reading Top 5 Tips for More Effective Learning and Revision – Learn More in Less Time