Dr Natalie Hall
Skills for Psychology Module Convenor
Undergraduate: Skills for Psychology, Social Psychology, Intergroup relations
Areas of interest:
Prejudice, discrimination, and Intergroup relations: Methods of bias reduction including Multiple categorization, Superordiante categorization, and imagined contact. Interpretation of ambiguous discrimination such as sexist humour. Confronting and and challenging discrimination expecially sexism.
Social Cognition: Stereotype priming and automatic behaviour, Implicit behavioural mimicry.
Crisp, R. J & Hall, N. R. (2007).Reducing implicit and explicit bias via decategorization. ESRC 1 year small grant.
Hall, N. R. & Spears, R. (2008). The effects of sexist humour on female perceivers: predictor and processes. ESRC 1 year small grant.
Research groups & Centres:
BSc Psychology, Birmingham: MRes, Psychology, Birmingham; PhD, Psychology,Birmingham