Psychology of groups with particular emphasis on the relationship between social identity processes and collective mobilisation
About this Fellow
Conceptual development: innate representational capacities and the mechanisms that allow humans to transcend them; the acquisition (over evolutionary, historical and ontogenetic time frames) of physical, biological, and mathematical concepts.
- Henry A Morss Jr and Elizabeth W Morss Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
The understanding of psychological and psychosocial mechanisms underlying mental disorders, particularly schizophrenia, psychoses and post-traumatic stress and the development and evaluation of psychological treatments to improve outcomes
Models of Visual brain development, underlying visual, spatial and social cognition in both typical and at-risk infants and children, including those with very premature birth and Williams Syndrome
Cognitive psychology and cognitive development, with special focus on the nature and origins of knowledge of material objects, animate beings, number, geometry, and the social world