Catch up on recent posts on the School blog!
Academics from the School of Psychology and Counselling have been researching the major issues that are currently confronting all of us
- David Jones writes about the death of George Floyd, and the Black Lives Matter movement (George Floyd: The Shameful Psychosocial Dynamics of ‘Race’, Violence and Hatred)
- David Kaposi writes about Covid 19 (The Covid 19 pandemic as a liminal hotspot)
- Sue Nieland writes about the impact of Covid on the elderly (They’re killing my participants!)
- Members of CuSP presented at a virtual conference (The Psychology of Global Crises).
The blog introduces new research in the School.
- Lara Frumkin and a colleague have been investigating prejudice within the criminal justice system (Bias against witnesses?)
- Sandra Roper and Rose Capdevila have researched stepmothering (What is means to be a stepmother)
- John Dixon and colleagues have studied the ‘peace walls’ in Belfast (When the walls come tumbling down?)
- Eleni Andreouli and colleagues present research on sexual citizenship (Sexual citizenship: a crucial social psychological issue)
- Lisa Lazard, Catriona Havard and Rose Capdevila have contributed to a film about ‘sharenting‘ (A film about sharenting: Are you sharing too much online?)
- Graham Pike and Camilla Elphick report on new research about eyewitnesses (Using the eyes of eyewitnesses?)
- Karen Hagan is studying bullying (With us or against us? New research directions)
- John Dixon has revisited classic research on group processes (With us or against us? New research directions).
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