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Dr Daniel Jolley

Formerly at Lancaster University

Daniel Jolley

Research overview

I am an early career social psychologist.  I am currently working on a series of projects broadly examining interactive behaviour, with Prof. Paul Taylor.

I have recently completed a PhD at the University of Kent on the psychology of conspiracy theories, under the supervison of Prof. Karen Douglas.  My research took a unique experimental approach that aimed to examine and attempt to address the social psychological consequences of conspiracy theories.

Career Details

2014 - present:  Research Associate, Lancaster University

2012 - 2014: Sessional Academic, Canterbury Christ Church University

2011 - 2014: Associate Lecturer, University of Kent

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Qualifications

2011 - 2014: PhD in Social Psychology, University of Kent

2010 - 2011: MSc in Social and Applied Psychology, University of Kent

2007 - 2010: BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science and Psychology, Staffordshire University

External Roles

British Psychological Society (BPS), Social Psychology Section (SPS), Web Officer

British Psychological Society (BPS), Research Board, Postdoctoral Represenative 

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