Joachim is a Professor of Psychology in the School of Psychology.
With a background in personality and individual differences, Joachim has started a new line of research focusing on human-animal relations, the psychology of meat eating and the consumption of other animal products, and individual differences in the effectiveness of vegan and animal advocacy.
Joachim would welcome contact from MSc students and potential PhD students interested in these or related topics.
Current research students
Grants and Awards
|2018-2021||J Stoeber, David Williams & Michael Forrester|
Development of childhood perfectionism: Early indicators and parental factors
|2011-12||D Peluso & J Stoeber |
Knowledge Transfer Partnership and Pfizer UK
Pfizer today and tomorrow: A social science approach to understanding workplace culture
|2008-10||J Stoeber & H Yang|
Maladaptive perfectionism and mental health in British and Chinese students
Perfectionism and performance in competitive athletes
U of Kent Promising Researchers Initiative
Cross-cultural differences in perfectionism and reactions to success and failure
Strategies of coping with perfectionism and well-being
|2001-02||J Stoeber, U Reips & A Hahn|
Social desirability in online studies