Research Team

Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis

EPSRC Innovation Fellow

Dr Anna Telling

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Alicia Cork

EPSRC NPIF PhD Student

Anna Zinn

EPSRC PhD Student
News from our lab

New paper: Do group memberships online protect addicts in recovery against relapse? Testing the social identity model of recovery in the online world.

Feb. 16, 2021 by

Naserian, E., & Koschate, M. (in press). Do group memberships online protect addicts in recovery against relapse? Testing the social identity model of recovery in the online world. Proceedings of ACM Human-Computer Interaction, 5, CSCW1, Article 68. In this conference paper, we show that

New paper: ASIA – Automated Social Identity Assessment using linguistic style

Feb. 16, 2021 by

Koschate, M., Naserian, E., Dickens, L., Stuart, A., Russo, A., & Levine, M. (in press). ASIA: Automated social identity assessment using linguistic style. Behavior Research Methods. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-020-01511-3 In this collaboration with colleagues in computer science at Imperial College and UCL, we created a

New lab members: A big welcome to Steph Hunt and Mustafa Biber

Oct. 7, 2020 by

Two new PhD students have joined the PsyID lab: Steph Hunt will be working with Miriam (as one of her co-supervisors) on an EPSRC studentship “Living fast and showing off? Evaluating individual and social influences on risky behaviour” – main

New paper: Mindfulness and social identity: Predicting well‐being in a high‐stress environment. 

Oct. 7, 2020 by

Adarves‐Yorno, I., Mahdon, M., Schueltke, L., Koschate, M., Tarrant, M. (in press). Mindfulness and social identity: Predicting well‐being in a high‐stress environment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/jasp.12708 In this collaboration with colleagues at the University of Exeter’s Business school and Medical school, we find that social

New paper: Variations in subjective definitions of everyday situations as intergroup contact

Oct. 7, 2020 by

Keil, T.F. & Koschate, M. (2020). Variations in subjective definitions of everyday situations as intergroup contact. British Journal of Social Psychology, 59, 965-991. doi:10.1111/bjso.12372 Tina’s paper examines which situations people consider to be “a contact” and finds that online interactions

New paper: Using computational techniques to study social influence online

Oct. 7, 2020 by

Cork A, Everson R, Levine M, Koschate M. (2020). Using computational techniques to study social influence online. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations., 23(6), 808-826. doi:10.1177/1368430220937354 Alicia uses a linguistic tool similar to ASIA to test whether writing in a group

IC2S2 2020

Jun. 29, 2020 by

Meet us at the 6th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) in the virtual space! We will be presenting (in video format with Q&A at the end of the session) at the following times: 18th July (Sat), 4pm BST:

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