21st Oct 2021 | News
In the Eye of the Beholder; a Thematic Analysis on How Individuals Find Certain Images Soothing and Not Others
8th Sep 2021 | News
Effectiveness of an Internet-based Wellbeing Tool (Soothe Vision Videos) among Chinese University Students: A Pilot Study

Studies have reported that university students, especially those in developing countries such as China, are in high demand of mental […]

8th Sep 2021 | News
How does looking at images of nature affect our mood?

Poster looking for individuals 18+ to take part in our online study

8th Sep 2021 | News
The Effectiveness of Soothing Images and Videos in Improving University/ College Students’ Mood

Mental health issues among students in higher education demand cost-effective and accessible support. Compassionate imagery was tested to be safe […]

8th Sep 2021 | News
Investigating the effect of nature related sounds and images on the mood of adolescents

Poster looking for young people to take part in our project.

8th Sep 2021 | News
The Effectiveness of Soothe Vision Well-being Tool on University Students’ Mood

Mental health problems are serious and common amongst university/college students in recent years. And there is a lack of available […]

8th Sep 2021 | News
The effects of soothing images and sounds on individual’s mood and wellbeing

Poster looking for people to participate in our online research study.

10th Mar 2021 | News
The Impact of internally and externally generated Soothing Images on those with High Functioning Autistic Spectrum Condition

As a result ‘Project Soothe’ ( was created to develop a database of soothing photographic images that may have the […]

10th Mar 2021 | News
Investigating the impact of positive autobiographical memories on emotions induced by Project Soothe pictures

The purpose of this study was to explore the impact of positive specific AM retrieval on emotions induced by soothing […]

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