Chris N. H. Street. Obtained his PhD at UCL, London, before becoming a postdoctoral fellow at UBC, Vancouver. He is currently a member of the International Research Centre for Investigative Psychology, and the Secure Societies Institute. His research explores the cognition of social conflict. Twitter: @cnhstreet
Greg Best. Research topic: A Theoretical Approach to Social Engineering. Greg’s thesis explores how people react to social engineering attempts or ‘confidence tricks’. Twitter: @_gregbest
Year 2018-19. Research topic: tbd.
Chloe Akers, Veronika Balkovska, Danielle Bowns, Sally Crosland, Mariana Diniz Da Fonseca, Daragh Howard, Bethan Knight, Abigail Moyser, Holly Murphy, Richard Veal.
Hanah Ahmed. Project: Lie-truth judgments from multiple cues to deception. (provisional title)
Walter F Bischof, University of British Columbia, Canada.
Rick Dale, UC Merced, US.
Nicholas D Duran, Arizona State University, US.
Hannah Fawcett, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
Toke Fosgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Lorelei Howard, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Germany.
Maria Ioannou, University of Huddersfield, UK.
Catrine Jacobsen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Sarah Jordan, John Jay College CUNY, US.
Saul M Kassin, John Jay College CUNY, US.
Alan Kingstone, University of British Columbia, Canada.
Maria Hartwig, John Jay College CUNY, US.
Jaume Masip, University of Salamanca, Spain.
Daniel C Richardson, University College London, UK.
David R Shanks, University College London, UK.
John Synnott, University of Huddersfield, UK.
Miguel A Vadillo, King’s College London, UK.
Bruno Verschuere, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.