Georgina is the Section Editor for the Group and Intergroup Processes Section of Social and Personality Psychology Compass. She is also a past member of the British Psychological Society's Research Board and the BPS Undergraduate Education Committee, which accredits undergraduate degrees across the UK. Georgina is currently a member of the British Psychological Society’s Education and Public Engagement Board, and is a committee member of the Association of Heads of Psychology Departments. Georgina is also an active member of the newly launched SPSSI-UK’s Steering Group.
Georgina's research is principally in the areas of leadership, diversity, and innovation. She is interested in how leaders manage the delicate line of representing their group whilst also pushing the boundaries and/or being different or unexpected in some way. Georgina's research interests are broadly based around intra-and intergroup dynamics and social psychology in organizations.
Georgina is interested in supervising research projects on: Leadership diversity and how groups respond to unexpected leaders; organizational identification; perceptions of equality; intra- and intergroup dynamics; and group decision-making.
Georgina contributes to teaching on group processes, leadership, and business psychology. She also supervises applied degree placements, final year projects, and postgraduate research.
Current research students
Grants and Awards
|2015||European Association of Social Psychology|
"Unexpected Leadership" group meeting
|2014||Ideas Factory |
Leadership in challenging times
|2013||G. Randsley de Moura and A. Player|
Higher Education Academy
|2012-15||Higher Education Academy |
Recognition and reward in the workplace: Psychological and behavioural effects and consequences
|2009-10||Higher Education Academy|
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