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QUALIFICATIONS:

2013 – 2017         PhD Psychology, University of Sussex

2011 – 2012         MSc Social Psychology, University of Surrey

2007 – 2011         MA (Hons) Psychology, University of St Andrews

 

MEMBERSHIPS:

British Psychological Society (including the Social Psychology Section)

European Association of Social Psychology

Association for Psychological Science

 

EMPLOYMENT:

2018 

- Currently a Lecturer in Social Psychology, University of Edinburgh

2017

-Research Associate, University of Kent

As part of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes, I research the role of intragroup and intergroup dynamics in crowd behaviour, political voting behaviour, prejudice, and the well-being of refugees and asylum seekers. I also guest lecture on 3 modules, and supervise UG and MSC level projects.

2015 - 2016

-Project Leader, University of Sussex

 

I led a minimal group paradigm study to investigate the role of territory on group bias. This included recruiting participants, quantitative analysis using video and questionnaire data, writing reports for publication, and supervising a team of research assistants.

2013 - 2016

-Associate Tutor in Psychology, University of Sussex

I taught undergraduate and Masters level students in Psychology (for more information, see ‘Teaching and supervisory roles’).

 

FUNDING AWARDED:

2017

 

-DTSL research grant, ‘Improving crowd resilience – using social identity to enhance threat detection and response to threats’, Principle Investigator (£79,369)

2017

-Faculty Research Fund for research equipment (£5000)

2015

-Travel grant for collaborative visit, Munich University of Applied Sciences (€1000)

2015

-Research Learning Initiative to organise a symposium, University of Sussex (£750)

2014

-Alumni Travel Grant, University of Sussex (£226.49)

2013

-Studentship Grant, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (£48,125)

2011

-Pathways Bursary for MSc tuition fees, Argyll and Bute Council (£5000)

 

MEDIA AND IMPACT ACTIVITIES

 

Research coverage in the media

-          Body odor is less repulsive when it comes from "one of us". (2016). Scientific American.

Accessible at http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/body-odor-is-less-repulsive-when-it-comes-from-one-of-us/

-          Body fluids disgust us less if from someone who is ‘one of us’. (2016). New Scientist.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2078248-body-fluids-disgust-us-less-if-from-someone-who-is-one-of-us/

-          Smelly T-shirt test shows how humans overcome disgust for others. (2016). The Guardian:

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/feb/22/smelly-t-shirt-test-humans-overcome-disgust-for-others

-          Body odour seen as ‘less disgusting’ between teammates. (2016). Times Higher Education:

https://www.timeshighereducation.com/students/body-odour-seen-less-disgusting-       between-teammates

-          Understanding Hajj crowds could help stop another crush. (2015). Reuters. Accessible at

http://uk.reuters.com/video/2015/12/30/understanding-hajj-crowds-could-help sto?videoId=366851964&videoChannel=4000&channelName=Technology

-          Understanding haj crowds could help stop another crush, researchers say. The Malay

Online. Accessible at http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/ understanding-haj-crowds-could-help-stop-another-crush-researchers-say-video

 

AD HOC JOURNAL REFEREEING

2018

Group Processes and International Relations

British Journal of Social Psychology

 

2016

Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Scientific Reports

Evolutionary Psychological Science

 

 

 

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