Regent’s University London has a long-standing commitment to research. We invest heavily in our research centres to enhance the vitality of the institution and refresh our programmes.
The RCRSPW initiates and supports high-quality research of national and international standing. We use contemporary methodologies to explore new and emerging topics within psychotherapy and psychology.
Our vision is to contribute to the knowledge of entrepreneurship and family business and use this for scholarship, research and enterprise purposes.
The Regent’s Centre for Transnational Business and Management (RCTBM) promotes quality research and scholarship that benefits students, researchers and the wider community beyond Regent’s University London. The Centre was initially named Regent’s Centre for Transnational Studies.
Congratulations to Julia Susan Brewer, Doctoral Researcher and Trainee Counselling Psychologist, who recently received the Delegate’s Choice Award at the British Psychological Society's annual conference.
Regent’s psychology lecturer Dr Nelli Ferenczi joins panel of speakers at All Party Parliamentary Group meeting on the impact of internet trolling.
Psychology expert Professor Martin Milton says that some media outlets referred to the Orlando shootings solely as a terrorist attack, rather than also addressing their anti-LGBT focus.
Research published by Dr Simon O'Leary, highlighting how entrepreneurial learning and experience enhances the development of management attributes, has becomes the most viewed article in the 2017 portfolio of the international Journal of Education & Work.
Work, Employment and Society, a leading journal in the field, published Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci's article titled "Barriers for highly qualified A8 immigrants in the UK labour market".
Studying the recent US presidential election, researchers from Regent’s and Royal Holloway have found evidence to suggest that the ‘heart trumps the head’ when it comes to changing people’s beliefs in politics.
New research shows only a small number of psychology journals encourage the submission of ‘replication studies’.
If you need help recovering from a relationship breakdown, get in touch with our research team.