What can we learn from the Swiss seniors in protection of our human rights?

In order to answer this question, let’s delve into the details of the case Verein KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz and Others v. Switzerland. This is a landmark ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (Court) in the intersection of human rights, climate change, and, not least, our daily lives. Four older women and a Swiss association (Verein […]

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Perlego’s Book of the Month: Exploring “Adaptive Resilience” by Maria Satacaterina

In partnership with Perlego, the online library, we are excited to continue providing our students with exceptional access to a wide array of educational resources. This month, we are delighted to introduce “Adaptive Resilience” by Maria Satacaterina as our featured Book of the Month, a selection that promises to significantly enhance your understanding of resilience. […]

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The International Student Psychological Days (MSPD) 2024

On April 4th and 5th, 2024, the University of New York in Prague (UNYP) had the great honor of hosting the 23rd annual academic competition — the International Student Psychological Days (MSPD) 2024. This prestigious scientific conference was attended by students enrolled in bachelor’s and master’s programs in psychology. Throughout the event, contributions from departmental […]

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UNYP Students Volunteer to Deliver English Lessons for Visually Impaired Children

The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) is proud to announce its new partnership with the Specialized Elementary School for Visually Impaired in Náměstí Míru, Prague 2. This collaboration, initiated in 2023, enables our Psychology Bachelor students to engage in a meaningful community service by leading English Club lessons for visually impaired children at […]

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Highlights from Prague Conference on Behavioral Sciences 2023

Last month, the University of New York in Prague hosted a significant event in the field of behavioral sciences: the Prague Conference on Behavioral Sciences 2023 (#PCBS23). This year’s conference was particularly notable for featuring Catherine Eckel as the keynote speaker and the laureate of the Allais Memorial Prize in Behavioral Sciences, an honor bestowed […]

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Unlocking the Power of the Blurting Method: Say It as It Comes!

Have you ever been in a lecture or study group and had an idea pop into your mind, but you held back from sharing it, out of fear that it might be ‘irrelevant’ or ‘silly’? You’re not alone! But what if we told you that there’s a method to this seeming madness? Dive in to […]

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Bachelor of Psychology at UNYP: A Student’s Perspective 

Introducing Harshita Hooja, a recent graduate from the University of New York in Prague (UNYP), where she earned her Bachelor’s in Human Development with a focus on psychology. As she transitions to a Master’s program, Harshita offers insights into her unique educational journey. This spotlight article delves into her experiences, aspirations, and the valuable advice […]

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Dive into a World of Learning at UNYP: Preparing Students for a Global Journey

At the University of New York in Prague (UNYP), academic endeavors and global exposure go hand in hand. English isn’t just a subject at UNYP—it’s the medium that bridges cultures and futures. Mastering the Universal Business Language: At UNYP, English is more than just a course—it’s a full immersion. Beyond classroom instruction, students are poised […]

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Research Faculty Recent Honor

In June 2023, the Psychology School Research Lead, Dr. Edel Sanders was appointed a lifelong Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. The Oxford website notes that: “The Fellows are appointed for their outstanding contribution to the field of animal ethics worldwide… The process of selection is rigorous, painstaking, and frequently lengthy, and individuals […]

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Are happy people all alike?

Dr. Will M. Dennis coauthored a recently published study in which the more general hypothesis that people who share some positive individual-difference trait are more alike than those who do not (The Convergence of Positivity Hypothesis) was tested and supported by empirical evidence. In the article, the authors speculate about why this pattern might exist […]

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