Dr Tim Hopthrow is a Reader in Psychology, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation and Faculty of Social Sciences at the School of Psychology.
Small group performance and decision making especially in the context of co-operative behaviour in social dilemmas. The effects of alcohol consumption on group performance.
SP603 Groups in Action
Current research students
Grants and Awards
|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