I am a lecturer (assistant professor) at the Surrey Business School, University of Surrey. I received my PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Sheffield in 2015, supervised by Professors Richard Crisp and Eran Halperin. I then held a position as a visiting assistant professor in the Dispute Resolution Research Center, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.
My research focuses on how emotions influence intergroup relations and conflict, as well as ways to regulate these emotions. In particular, I study the role of hope in social contexts, including conflict and intergroup relations, collective action and civil engagement, negotiations, and decision making. Along these lines, I develop experimental techniques to induce and regulate hope.