Publication of The Arthurian World

Dr. Renée Ward, Senior Lecturer in Medieval Literature and founder and organizer of the University’s annual Medieval Week, has just published The Arthurian World, a co-edited volume on Arthuriana for the Routledge Worlds series. Dr. Ward co-edited the volume, co-wrote the introduction, and wrote a single-authored chapter.

New Study finds Dogs may reduce Stress Levels in Children

New research from the University of Lincoln has found that dog-assisted interventions can lead to significantly lower stress levels in children both with and without special needs. The findings were published this week in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Kerstin Meints, Professor in Developmental Psychology at the University of Lincoln, and colleagues. The study […]

Dog-assisted Interventions may reduce Stress Levels in Children

A new study has found that dog-assisted interventions can lead to significantly lower stress levels in children both with and without special needs. The findings were published this week in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Kerstin Meints, Professor in Developmental Psychology at the University of Lincoln, and colleagues.  The study compared cortisol levels in […]