PhD Students

SIYU CHEN  Siyu’s research focuses on understanding social psychological factors that influence emotional experiences and close relationships. She is especially interested in how mindfulness may be related to sacrifice within the relationship, and the affective mechanisms underlying these links.

SIYU CHEN

Siyu’s research focuses on understanding social psychological factors that influence emotional experiences and close relationships. She is especially interested in how mindfulness may be related to sacrifice within the relationship, and the affective mechanisms underlying these links.

DORI LANSBACH  Dori’s research focuses on the study of toxic relationships and the physiological and psychological effects experienced throughout them. She is particularly interested in understanding why people enter into toxic relationships, why they stay in them, and how they eventually decide to leave them.

DORI LANSBACH

Dori’s research focuses on the study of toxic relationships and the physiological and psychological effects experienced throughout them. She is particularly interested in understanding why people enter into toxic relationships, why they stay in them, and how they eventually decide to leave them.

KAREN TWISELTON  Karen’s research focuses on the role of psychological flexibility in close relationships. She is particularly interested in investigating the ways in which psychological flexibility might improve relationship quality and individual well-being over time, and the role of attachment in this context.

KAREN TWISELTON

Karen’s research focuses on the role of psychological flexibility in close relationships. She is particularly interested in investigating the ways in which psychological flexibility might improve relationship quality and individual well-being over time, and the role of attachment in this context.

Affiliated PhD Students

MAYU KOIKE  Mayu’s research focuses on romantic anthropomorphism. She is especially interested in understanding the psychological mechanisms underlying anthropomorphism, including the forming of strong attachments with virtual agents and their potential to improve well-being.

MAYU KOIKE

Mayu’s research focuses on romantic anthropomorphism. She is especially interested in understanding the psychological mechanisms underlying anthropomorphism, including the forming of strong attachments with virtual agents and their potential to improve well-being.

QIAN MA  Qian’s research focuses on women's objectification, social class, and culture. She is particularly interested in understanding how women are objectified differently in different nations, including both self- and other-objectification, and developing multiple measures to capture this information.

QIAN MA

Qian’s research focuses on women's objectification, social class, and culture. She is particularly interested in understanding how women are objectified differently in different nations, including both self- and other-objectification, and developing multiple measures to capture this information.

MSc Students

IAN HAJNOSZ  MSc Student

IAN HAJNOSZ

MSc Student

HYUNWOO KIM  MSc Student

HYUNWOO KIM

MSc Student

ELEONORA MIHOVA  MSc Student

ELEONORA MIHOVA

MSc Student

Undergraduate Students

Becca Atkin, Laura Hindley, Victoria Perez Bejarano, Jimena Rascon Azanedo, Emma Scott, and Eve Stanley will join the HARP Lab as undergraduate honours students in September 2019.

Assistant Researchers

KATIE SPENCE  Katie is the Project Manager for the 2019/20 couples’ study Diverse Romantic Relationships and Well-Being (DRRAW). For more information about the study, please visit the PARTICIPATE tab above.

KATIE SPENCE

Katie is the Project Manager for the 2019/20 couples’ study Diverse Romantic Relationships and Well-Being (DRRAW). For more information about the study, please visit the PARTICIPATE tab above.