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Department of Social Psychology

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

Daniel Linehan
Department Manager
Tel:  +44 (0)20 7955 7712

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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Whether you are in government, in a public or private organisation, including charities we are open to collaborative ideas that have a strong research basis. Please contact d.p.linehan.lse.ac.uk

Collaboration can take various formats. If you cannot find what fits your needs in the list below contact us with your requirements, we can be creative!

- Research grants. These can be custom designed for your problematic. Psychology@LSE has a long experience on performing applied research and LSE support divisions will swiftly and efficiently handle all administrative issues.

- Collaborative research. Psychology@LSE faculty participate in a number of national or international collaborative projects, (e.g. EU programmes). We are open to propositions of collaboration with high level teams, on the topics which are of interest to the Department. Please also browse the research groups

- Consulting. Psychology@LSE faculty consult for a variety of public or private bodies. The process goes through LSE enterprise which is LSE's support organisation dedicated to this activity. It is easy and straightforward. Click here to see examples of previous/current activity.

Research topics and field work.

Our MSc students produce a 10.000 word dissertation as part of their thesis, which includes field work. This represents at least 400 hours of work. If you submit a subject and propose access to empirical material we will circulate it. One of our students may be interested, contact Jacqueline.

- Hire our lab equipment.


Byron Rienstra, Global Head of Human Resources; Consumer Banking at Standard Chartered Bank
[Psychology@LSE Alumni 2004-2005]

"It was very important to me to attend a school that was globally recognised for not only its intellectual rigour, and the quality of its alumni, but a school that had a vibrant intellectual community, and many guest lecturers.

LSE met all these criteria for me, with the benefit that it is recognised by both the academic community, and the business community for its excellence."