Key research areas
- Social psychology
- Social identity theory
- Group behaviour
- Social cognition
- Environmental psychology
- Organisational psychology
The Social, Environmental and Organisational Research Group (SEORG) is one of the largest research units within the School of Psychology. The group is comprised of internationally renowned researchers who have established a worldwide reputation for their work in Social, Environmental and Organisational Psychology.
Our research is funded by major grants from UK research councils, from Government and industry. Our researchers have received prestigious international awards and editorial appointments, and many of our research students have been singled out for ESRC awards. All these successes reflect the international reputation of the group.
We also host a vibrant teaching programme. Our subjects are popular among undergraduate students and postgraduates alike. We are responsible for a very successful Msc programme within the school. The MSc Social and Organisational Psychology is ESRC recognised and attracts a high-quality stream of postgraduate students.
For all these reasons, the group is a hub of exciting and innovative activity.
These pages will give you some information about our members and our current research interests.
If you would like to know more about any of our research please do not hesitate to contact one of us. We are keen to help and to introduce you to the fascinating areas in which we conduct our research, teaching and professional activity.