How to contact us

Department of Psychological
and Behavioural Science

3rd Floor
Queens House,
55/56 Lincoln's Inn Fields,
London WC2A 3LJ

Champa Heidbrink
Department Manager

Jacqueline Crane
Service Delivery Manager - MSc Programmes:
Department contact for issues relating directly to MSc study
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7995

Terri-Ann Fairclough
PhD Programme and Communication Administrator:
Department contact for issues relating directly to PhD study
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7700

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Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology

Flora Cornish is the editor of this journal. The journal discusses social behaviour in relation to community problems and strengths. The journal is international in scope, reflecting the common concerns of scholars and community practitioners in Europe and worldwide.

Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour

Alex Gillespie is the editor of this journal which discusses advances understandings of social behaviour, that is, people acting in relation to, or being constituted through, the social world of other people, institutions, and material and symbolic culture.

Papers on Social Representations [PSR]

Caroline Howarth is the editor of this journal. The contents represents a home for original papers related to the development of Social Representations Theory and its applications. Social Representations Theory was first proposed by Professor Serge Moscovici in 1961 and since has become a major theoretical perspective within Social Psychology. It develops a theory of social cognition, culture and communication that connects knowledge practices, identity processes, psychological processes, ideology and social change. This journal was first put online 1999 with the financial support of European Commission - D.G. XXII – CDA "European Doctorate on Social Representations and Communication" and Johannes Kepler Universität Linz.

View  the previous PSR event 

Public Understanding of Science

Public Understanding of Science is the world leading academic journal on popular science and the science-society interface. It was founded in 1992 and is edited by Martin W Bauer and Sue Howard (both LSE). See the PUS Seminars.