2019: Course convenor for Qualitative Data Analysis in the Department of Psychological and Applied Language Sciences, University College London (UCL) 2019: Guest lecture on ‘Quality in Qualitative Research’ for PB411: ResearchRead More
Recognising Recognition: Interdisciplinary insights into self-other dynamics in everyday encounters and experiences At the core of what makes humans, and their behaviour, social, is the interplay between self and other. OurRead More
February 4th, 2021: Online Public Event hosted by LSE Speakers and Panel: Michael Bruter is Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government and Director of the Electoral Psychology ObservatoryRead More
In September of 2017, Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch and PhD student Sandra Obradovic travelled to Rio de Janeiro for an event organized by UNESCO and Globo Network, where Professor Jovchelovitch was dueRead More
Newly published book The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics edited by Associate Professor Caroline Howarth and Dr Eleni Andreouli features chapters by PhD candidate Geetha Reddy and Dr Ilka Gleibs, and PhDRead More
“This topic can perhaps best be summarized by a quote from one of my participants who said, ‘We are striving towards joining the EU and we’re praying to God that we never join the EU.’ This seemingly contradictory statement highlights the tension that individuals and groups experience as they try to reconcile change with continuity,” explains Sandra.
PhD candidates Cathy Nicholson and Sandra Obradovic have recently published in the Journal of Peace Psychology Cathy’s research focuses on narratives of historical events that were discussed during open ended interviews about conflictRead More