I am interested in how experience arises when bodies and social influences come together: this, it seems to me, is the very stuff of psychology. I have explored this meshing of bodies and social influence in relation to topics such as paranoia, emotional responses to crime, and with reference to experiences of sensation or feeling. Prior to working at Leicester I have worked at the universities of Loughborough, Bradford and Nottingham, and conducted research in mental health, drug addiction and intellectual impairment settings.
Recently appointed Reader in Psychology at the School, John Cromby, provides a disturbingly plausible account of why Nigel Farage’s rhetoric has been so successful. The United Kingdom’s electorate will soon pass judgment on David Cameron’s performance of what is perhaps the nation’s most important managerial role: the Prime Minister. The competition to beat (or join) […]
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