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Emma Pape

emma-pape
  • Module convenor: PY2SID and PYMCSID (Social Psychology & Individual Differences at Undergraduate & Masters level); PY3TSP (Topics in Social Psychology)
  • Undergraduate dissertation project supervisor
  • Psychology with Foundation programme lead and admissions tutor

Areas of interest

My areas of interest fall broadly within the field of social psychology, with a specific focus on intergroup relations and prejudice. I am particularly interested in the use of imagery as a method for prejudice reduction, and my current research involves techniques such as imagined contact and the manipulation of temporal perspective within imagery.

I am also interested in the role that the media plays in shaping perceptions of our social worlds, specifically in the context of intergroup relations.

Teaching

  • PY2SID/ PYMCSID (Social Psychology & Individual Differences at Undergraduate & Masters level)
  • PY3TSP (Topics in Social Psychology)

Academic qualifications

  • PhD (Psychology), University of Reading
  • MSc Research Methods in Psychology, University of Reading
  • BSc Psychology, University of Reading
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).