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Introducing Dr Marta Prandelli, a new Post-Doctoral Research Associate (PDRA) in the School of Psychology & Counselling.

Photo: Dr Marta Prandelli - Chair for the 1st National PhD Conference in Social Sciences, Padova (Italy) 24/06/2016 Sue: What are your academic/psychology interests? What aspects of your academic work do you find particularly enjoyable and/or rewarding? Marta: I would describe myself as a social researcher. I am interested in seeing how people act within… Continue reading Introducing Dr Marta Prandelli, a new Post-Doctoral Research Associate (PDRA) in the School of Psychology & Counselling.

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Dr Evangelos Ntontis discusses Trump and the Storming of the Capitol

Photo Credit: The Conversation: ‘Fight like hell’: Donald Trump speaks to his supporters on 06/01/2021 Dr Evangelos Ntontis of The Open University's Psychology & Counselling School, discusses the events of 6th January 2021, and his article in The Conversation, when the US Capitol building was stormed, resulting in five deaths. What is very important from… Continue reading Dr Evangelos Ntontis discusses Trump and the Storming of the Capitol

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Cultural and social psychology in the real world: a conversation

What role do cultural and social psychology play in tackling real-world issues, such as post-conflict reconciliation, community resilience in face of crises and broader global challenges such as those posed by the Covid-19 pandemic? In this video, Dr Sandra Obradovic (OU) is joined by Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch (London School of Economics) and Dr Maria Cecilia… Continue reading Cultural and social psychology in the real world: a conversation

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Social psychology, the Internet and young people’s lives today: An interview with Sonia Livingstone

Prof. Paul Stenner from the School interviews Prof. Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics.   Watch the interview here: Opening Psychology for Changing Times | Open Psychology Research Centre Prof. Livingstone's research focuses on the Psychology of Media, including children, media and the internet. Talking with Paul Stenner, she discusses… Continue reading Social psychology, the Internet and young people’s lives today: An interview with Sonia Livingstone

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Sexual Harassment, Psychology and Feminism – A New book

In a new book, Dr Lisa Lazard from the School explores #MeToo and how women’s assumed empowerment in contemporary culture has shaped understandings of sexual harassment and social responses to it. This book explores how the phenomenon of sexual harassment has been made sense of and understood, both in psychology and in popular culture, over… Continue reading Sexual Harassment, Psychology and Feminism – A New book