Psyence integrates psychological theory and practice with scientific principles in applied research. The use of appropriate methodologies, typically selected based on the research topic & question, consist of both quantitative and qualitative modes of enquiry.

The deployment of online questionnaires, coordination of focus groups and in-depth interviewing techniques are used to support the best possible outcomes for key stakeholders. A key component of our approach to research is that of differentiated strategies to ensure we cover a broad spectrum or a narrow focus on the topic of investigation.

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Current areas of interest in research

Psychology - Specifically: Psychophysics Experimentation, Ethics & Malpractice, Law, Education and Training Business & Management - Specifically: Job Embeddedness, Leadership, Disruptive Technologies, Strategy, Gamification Environmental Research - Specifically: Psychology and Behaviours, Innovative Methods and Applications, Disruptive Technologies Education and Learning: - Specifically: Student Health and Wellbeing, Technology and Education, Student Embeddedness

Collaborative Opportunities

National and International collaboration in research is fast becoming the norm. If you would like to collaborate on a research project we are open to suggestions.

Psyence support the principles and responsibilities set out in the Singapore Statement on Research Integrity. The Singapore Statement represents the first international effort to encourage the development of unified policies, guidelines and codes of conduct, with the long-range goal of fostering greater integrity in research worldwide.

Psyence also use Authorder to accurately identify and assign contributors to the correct order in authorship at the time of submission.

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