Professor Dominic Abrams at the TAISP conference

At the TAISP conference (date TBC), Professor Dominic Abrams will be giving a talk about the Psychology of Collective Political Protest.

As director of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes, Professor Abrams research interests cover all aspects of relationships between social groups, particularly the psychological causes, characteristics and effects of social exclusion. He has worked extensively in the area of social identity and prejudice and how different types of group membership (ranging from age and gender to nationality, neighbourhood and teams) affect people’s social relationships, health and well-being. His research spans childhood to old age and encompasses a wide range of methods from laboratory experiments to national surveys, and both quantitative and qualititative methods.

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