I am a professor of behavioural science and director of research and enterprise for Kingston Business School. After studying at Paris Ouest University (1998, MSc Social Psychology) and the University of Hertfordshire (2004, PhD), I began my career as a lecturer in Decision Sciences at Leeds University Business School (2001-2004). I then worked as a lecturer in Psychology in the School of Psychology at the University of Toulouse (2004-2009) before joining the Psychology Department at Kingston University in 2009. I joined Kingston Business School as a professor of behavioural science in January 2016.
PhD in Psychology, 2004
University of Hertfordshire
MSc in Social Psychology, 1998
BSc in Psychology, 1997
I have also held a number of research leadership and citizenship roles:
My work has been mentioned in news outlets and blog posts
I’m the module leader for BH7308 Organisational Development and Change Management. Students design and conduct an industry-based project and provide recommendations to address a pre-existing organisational or behavioural change issue.
I also teach an introduction to behavioural science on BH6017 Psychology for Business and Management (Business UG), Behavioural science for business on BQ7801 Philosophy and Traditions of Management Research (MRes) and deciding, influencing, and negotiating on BH7579 Organisations & Management in a Global Context (MBA and Exec MBA).
I have contributed to the following teaching modules in the past:
I have also undertaken a number of additional roles related to education:
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