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Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling

Dr Parisa Dashitpour joins the School as a lecturer in psychology. We asked her about her work.  Photo credit: Parisa Dashitpour What are your academic/psychology interests? My interests could probably be presented as falling into three different (but related) areas. One area of interest is the exploration of psychological issues at work and in organizations… Continue reading Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling

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Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling, Dr Geetha Reddy

Dr Geetha Reddy joined the School as a lecturer in psychology. We asked them about their work.  Photo credit: Dr Geetha Reddy What are your academic/psychology interests? I am working to understand the effects that colonisation has on diversity, multiculturalism, migration and the psychology of individuals in contemporary societies. My research takes an intersectional perspective on… Continue reading Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling, Dr Geetha Reddy

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Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling

Dr Stacey Heath joins the School as a lecturer in psychology. We asked her about her work.  Photo credit: Stacey Heath What are your academic/psychology interests? Having worked for local government and councils in an array of positions from working with the long term unemployed, opening jobs enterprise and training centres to working as a… Continue reading Introducing a new lecturer in the School of Psychology & Counselling

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School of Psychology & Counselling, more recent blogs.

Two more blogs from the recent 2021-2022 academic year, highlights from the School of Psychology & Counselling Want to study a PhD in Psychology but don't know how to apply or what it involves? The Open University has a free OpenLearn course to bridge that gap. By Dr Stephanie Taylor Intergenerational play at a distance:… Continue reading School of Psychology & Counselling, more recent blogs.

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New Book – The Psychology of Translation: Dr Zoë Walkington and Professor Sarah Crafter talk about their chapters

Photo Credit: Routledge The Psychology of Translation is a newly published book edited by Open University colleagues Séverine Hubscher-Davidson and Caroline Lehr. They drew on the work of scholars from both psychology and translation studies to offer new perspectives and conceptualisations towards a critical translation psychology. Both Zoë Walkington and Sarah Crafter from the School… Continue reading New Book – The Psychology of Translation: Dr Zoë Walkington and Professor Sarah Crafter talk about their chapters