I am a Professor of Psychological and Behavioural Science at LSE, an Editor of Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, and Visiting Professor II at the Oslo New University.
My research begins with recognizing that people and groups have different perspectives. Key questions include: How do we bridge these divergences of perspective and achieve our collective life? What can we learn from listening to each other? And, more pragmatically, what technologies can we develop to study and intervene in these interactions? For example, I developed the Healthcare Complaint Analysis Tool, tools for studying perspective taking, and assessing defensiveness. Methodologically, I like to analyse interesting sources of textual data using mixed methods.
Multiple LSE Excellence in Education Awards and Teaching Prizes
Multiple Editor’s choice articles in leading journals
Multiple awards for innovation and impact
Cambridge European Trust Fellowship
Peterhouse College Research Studentship