Anki Wikman is a Postgraduate Researcher in the School of Psychology.
- Other-condemning emotions (presently viewed as: contempt, anger, & disgust)
- Resentment (antecedents, outcomes and its inclusion within present research).
- Maladaptive resentment
Anki's research interest is primarily within the field of social psychology, but incorporates (and seeks to inform) perspectives held in evolutionary psychology, differential psychology and affective science. Specifically, her thesis seeks to establish resentment as a discrete affect within these fields by differentiating it from similar and related affects and dispositions (e.g. anger, hostility etc).
- Associate lecturer for DP7200 (Stage 1 Study Skills)
- Marker for SP582/SP583 (Psychology Project 2017/2018)
- 2014 Research Assistant for Dr Stian Reimers (City, University of London)
- 2014 Research Assistant for Dr Daniel Frings (South Bank University).
Funding and grants
- Graduate Teaching Scholarship (GTA), School of Psychology (2016) - University of Kent
- Dean's Award for Highest Achieving Undergraduate Student (2016) - City, University of London