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New research highlights significant psychological impact of football release

Dr david Blakelock. 16 January 2015
A significant number of adolescent footballers who are released by their clubs go on to experience clinical levels of psychological distress, new research at Teesside University has found.

Andy Willoughby.Poets relate Finnish myths to their Teesside roots
06 January 2015
A new book by two Teesside University lecturers explores the links between 21st century Teesside and ancient Finnish mythology.

Research excellence with impact produced at Teesside University
18 December 2014
Results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) have highlighted the benefit and impact of research produced at Teesside University.

Payday loan changes could allow loan sharks to circle
17 November 2014
Changes to the payday loans market could drive desperate consumers straight into the arms of loan sharks – a Teesside University academic has warned.

Professor Denis Martin.Pioneering Pain Garden project receives national recognition
10 November 2014
An innovative project to help people visualise the impact of chronic pain has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Dr Meez Islam.Teesside University research praised in Parliament
23 September 2014
Ground-breaking research at Teesside University which has been described as the “holy grail” of crime detection has been praised in Parliament.

Professor Rob MacDonald.No such thing as Benefits Street – says Teesside University researcher
12 September 2014
The idea of ‘welfare ghettos’ with whole streets where nobody works has been exposed as a myth in a new publication by a Teesside University academic.

Dr Tim Thompson.New app aims to tackle bone shortage
09 September 2014
The lack of access to bones and skeletons for scientists and teachers could be solved by a forensic anthropologist who has used digital technology to revolutionise the way bone identification is taught.

Rise in the number of people struggling with payday loans
04 September 2014
Easy access and the desire to obtain designer goods is contributing towards a payday loans culture and placing people in extreme financial difficulty – a Teesside University academic has warned.

Daniel Eaves, Senior Lecturer in Motor Learning and Sport PsychologyMind over matter for sports stars seeking success
22 July 2014
As two Teesside University students launch their bid for medals at the Commonwealth Games, an academic says it is psychological skills as well as physical ability which are the key to success.

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