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Dr Luke McGuire

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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 Washington Singer 307

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

I am currently a postdoctoral research fellow working on the Wellcome Trust, ESRC and NSF funded 'STEM Teens' project. This project is a collaboration between researchers at the University of Exeter and North Carolina State University. The key focus of the project is to longitudinally examine the experiences of youth educators at informal science learning sites. Specifically, whether taking part in such a program influences science engagement, motivation and interest - especially for those who are typically under-represented in the STEM fields. 

 

Qualifications

PhD - Psychology; Goldsmiths, University of London (2017)

MSc - Social Science Research Methods; Cardiff University (2014)

BSc - Psychology; Cardiff University (2013)

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Research

Research interests

I conduct research that is broadly focused on moral development and intergroup processes. This includes but is not limited to; resource allocation, intergroup attitudes, social exclusion, bystander intentions, gender identity prejudice and human-animal relationships. 

Research projects

  • STEM Teens (Wellcome Trust/ESRC/NSF)
  • Bystander reactions to the intergroup exclusion of immigrants among British children and adolescents (ESRC)
     

Publications

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Publications by category


Journal articles

McGuire L, Jefferys E, Rutland A (In Press). Children’s evaluations of deviant peers in the context of science and technology: the role of gender group norms and status. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology Full text.
McGuire L, Rutland A (In Press). STEM gender stereotypes from early childhood through adolescence at informal science centers. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology Full text.
McGuire L, Rizzo MT, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The Role of Competitive and Cooperative Norms in the Development of Deviant Evaluations. Child Development, 90(6).
McGuire L, Rizzo MT, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The development of intergroup resource allocation: the role of cooperative and competitive in-group norms. Developmental Psychology, 54(8), 1499-1506.
McGuire L, Elenbaas L, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The role of in‐group norms and group status in children's and adolescents’ decisions to rectify resource inequalities. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 37(3), 309-322.
McGuire L, Manstead ASR, Rutland A (2017). Group norms, intergroup resource allocation, and social reasoning among children and adolescents. Developmental Psychology, 53(12), 2333-2339.
McGuire L, Rutland A, Nesdale D (2015). Peer Group Norms and Accountability Moderate the Effect of School Norms on Children's Intergroup Attitudes. Child Development, 86(4), 1290-1297.

Publications by year


In Press

McGuire L, Jefferys E, Rutland A (In Press). Children’s evaluations of deviant peers in the context of science and technology: the role of gender group norms and status. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology Full text.
McGuire L, Rutland A (In Press). STEM gender stereotypes from early childhood through adolescence at informal science centers. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology Full text.

2018

McGuire L, Rizzo MT, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The Role of Competitive and Cooperative Norms in the Development of Deviant Evaluations. Child Development, 90(6).
McGuire L, Rizzo MT, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The development of intergroup resource allocation: the role of cooperative and competitive in-group norms. Developmental Psychology, 54(8), 1499-1506.
McGuire L, Elenbaas L, Killen M, Rutland A (2018). The role of in‐group norms and group status in children's and adolescents’ decisions to rectify resource inequalities. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 37(3), 309-322.

2017

McGuire L, Manstead ASR, Rutland A (2017). Group norms, intergroup resource allocation, and social reasoning among children and adolescents. Developmental Psychology, 53(12), 2333-2339.

2015

McGuire L, Rutland A, Nesdale D (2015). Peer Group Norms and Accountability Moderate the Effect of School Norms on Children's Intergroup Attitudes. Child Development, 86(4), 1290-1297.

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