Academics from Queen's University Belfast developing resources and empirically evaluating their effectiveness.
Social neuroscientist whose research focuses on the psychological and neurophysiological responses to sexism and stereotypes among women in science.Click here for more information
Research focuses on the nature & malleability of gender bias in STEM. Research interests include gender stereotypes & bias, implicit relational responding, RFT.Click here for more information
Social psychologist and lecturer whose research examines how gender stereotypes affect women’s performance and how their negative effects can be reduced.Click here for more information
Social psychologist whose expertise is in developing and evaluating laboratory and applied interventions that aim to change people’s attitudes and behavior.Click here for more information
Head of the School of Psychology who led QUB Psychology’s SWAN committee to securing three successive awards, including renewal of its Gold award in 2017.Click here for more information
Deputy Head of the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Member of the Intelligent Manufacturing Pioneering Research Programme.Click here for more information
Academics from Queen's University Belfast, University of Glasgow, and University of Warwick assisting in development of resources and facilitating recruitment of participants for research.
Individuals with an established track record in either researching or implementing gender equality initiatives that will review developed resources and guide implementation.
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