I work as a Lecturer in the Department of Organisational Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. There, I teach on organisational psychology master programmes and primarily research how workforce diversity can be harnessed to improve organisational performance. Other research interests include the effect of intergroup contact on pro-social behaviour, the development of stereotypes and implicit associations and the influence of traditional and new media on public attitudes.

I am also very interested in Open Science and an avid R user. In that space, I enjoy contributing to the development of tools that support open research - for instance, the CiteSource package that supports meta-analyses. I have also authored two R packages, rsprite2 and timesaveR.

In 2021, I completed my PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London. In that research, I focused on the relationships between intergroup contact and diversity beliefs. I am a member of the Equalab and former member of the DIPlab research groups.

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  • Diversity beliefs, intergroup contact & organisational performance
  • Prejudice reduction & pro-social action
  • Natural language processing & Big Data analytics
  • Innovative educational practices, incl. flipped classroom and open teaching materials
  • PhD in Social Psychology, 2021

    Goldsmiths, University of London

  • MA in Education (Psychology), 2017

    UCL Institute of Education

  • BA in Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE), 2012

    University of Oxford (Merton)