With expertise from Child Psychologist Dr Paige Davis (pictured left from the University of Huddersfield), Bob Nicholson (Edge Hill University), Kate Fox (University of Leeds), Justin H G Williams (University of Aberdeen) and Cate Watson (University of Stirling), the ‘Humour Me’ podcast explores how our humour develops as we grow up and also looks at the
Dmitry Burlakov/Shutterstock Dr Julie Davies is the HR subject group leader in the University of Huddersfield’s Department of Management and has written an article for The Conversation with David Fahey who is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Huddersfield where his research interests focus on the psychology of executive pay. From recent findings they suggest, rather than bashing
Eyewitness recollections are easily distorted by the views of others. shutterstock Dara Mojtahedi is a Lecturer in Investigative Psychology at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article first published on The Conversation he talks about his research into the reliability of eyewitnesses after the event.
Professor of Psychiatry for Older Adults John Wattis is from the University of Huddersfield and comments on the BBC News report where senior judge Sir James Munby criticises the ‘inhuman’ separation of elderly couples. Professor Wattis gives an example of how an elderly couple can suddenly find themselves torn apart and says as a society we need to
A shark bit off the rest of me. photographyfirm/Shutterstock Dr Paige Davis, is a Senior Lecturer and a Vygotskian and a Developmental Psychologist at the University of Huddersfield. In an article published on The Conversation she explains how a child’s sense of humour develops.