Dr Tim Hopthrow is a Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Kent.
Tim is interested in small group performance and decision making, especially in the context of co-operative behaviour in social dilemmas, as well as the effects of alcohol consumption on group performance.
Current research students
|2016||T. Hopthrow & G. Randsley de Moura|
A mindfulness intervention to reduce the detrimental impact of stereotype threat on children's academic performance
King Baudouin Foundation
Contribution to the Training and Research for Academic Newcomers (TRAIN)
|2013||T. Hopthrow & D. Abrams|
Mental Simulation to Improve Influence
|2012||T. Hopthrow, D. Abrams & D. Sharma|
Group processes and intergroup relations in defence and security.
|2012||M. Weick, T. Hopthrow, D. Abrams & P. Taylor-Gooby|
Risk Perception and Behaviour in Business: What We Know and What We Need to Know.
|2011||N. Hooper, T. Hopthrow & U. Weger|
Ideas Factory, University of Kent
Using mindfulness to improve decision making and well being
|2009||T. Hopthrow & U. Weger|
Practising mindfulness as a strategy to prevent premature judgements
Post-doctoral fellowship An investigation into meta-cognition of social dilemmas and cooperative environmental behaviour
|2005-2006||T. Hopthrow, G. Randsley de Moura & G. T. Viki|
Social Sciences Faculty, University of Kent
Mortality Salience and Cultural Heritage