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Nutrition and Behaviour

Organisational unit: Research Grouping

Organisation profile

The Nutrition and Behaviour Unit has particular strengths in the study of the effects of a range of substances on cognition and performance, and in the genetic and evolutionary basis of cognition and behaviour.

Major research themes include appetite, weight control, and diet; the application of genetic and psychopharmacological techniques to the study of addictive behaviour; and the evolutionary basis of aspects of social cognition.

The Nutrition and Behaviour Unit is part of the Brain, Behaviour, and Health research group.

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Contact information

School of Experimental Psychology
12a, Priory Road
United Kingdom
  • Phone: +44(0)117 92 88450