Psychology

Interested Scholars

The following scholars are interested in this topic:

My main scientific interest revolves around questions that integrate behavioral science insights for the prevention and reduction of risks, and the achievement of sustainable adaptive behaviors.

Currently, am an executive Director of a research based NGO that focuses on Ageing & Dementia in East and Central Africa. Our mandate is to contribute to the knowledge base as well as policy in advancing the key issues that pertain older persons in later years.

I have the expertise, research in ageing, dementia,leadership, training and motivation necessary to successfully carry out the proposed research projects. I have a broad background in Nursing, with specific training aging and demography, public health, health systems management and policy. I have participated in teaching and supervision of undergraduate Nursing students. I possess ten years’ experience in both public health and local health systems (LHS) Management, health systems and policy

Lecturer United Kingdom Academic Discipline: Psychology, Sociology Interests Keywords: Gender, Health, Middle East, Reproductive Health, Women’s Agency About me: Sustainable Development Goals: Gender Equality, Good Health and Well-being, Reduced Inequalities I am interested in the following geographical area(s): Europe, Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Gulf States, Northern Africa Components of the GCRF I am [...]

I study the emergence of social movements and campaigns that seek to address socio-political inequalities. I have recently completed my PhD in Government [Political Science] at the University of Essex. My dissertation research focuses on nonviolent resistance, when violent and non-violent conflicts are more likely, as well as state responses to protest events. I utilise both, cross-national samples as well as case studies data in my research. I am currently working as a Research Assistant for the Catalyst Project, University of Essex, Department of Government.

I study how social identity affects electoral accountability, the functioning of government, and political behaviour. My work lies at the intersection of Political Economy, Political Behaviour, Experimental Methods, and Political Psychology. In my research I build on strategic and behavioural theories of principal-agent relationships and voting. I implement experiments to analyse how individuals evaluate their politicians’ performance, when they discriminate in favour of their social group, how they make redistributive allocation decisions, or how they coordinate their choices with their peers.