The Social Psychology of Banditry - Research Scholarship 2017
31 March 2017
Psychology at Kent offers a supportive, dynamic and diverse environment for creative research and learning. The social psychology research group at Kent is a leading centre for social psychological research in Europe. The group is comprised of internationally renowned researchers who have established a worldwide reputation for their research.
The School of Psychology is currently inviting applications for a cross-disciplinary PhD research scholarship in social psychology and politics to to commence in September 2017. This scholarship will take the form of a Vice Chancellor’s Research Scholarships administered under the Graduate Teaching Assistant Scheme. The awardee will work on the quantitative testing of social banditry theories supervised by Dr Giovanni Travaglino (primary supervisor, School of Psychology), Dr Harmonie Toros (co-supervisor in the School of Politics and International Relations), and Professor Dominic Abrams (co-supervisor in the School of Psychology).
For full details about the project and how to apply, please see the advertisement. Deadline for receipt of applications is 28th April 2017.