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

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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

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