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Department of Psychology

James studied Politics at POLIS in Cambridge. His undergraduate research project looked into the Moral Foundations of Brexit, and he has previously worked on the climate and immigration messaging projects in the lab. His MPhil research focuses on the psychological underpinnings of the ‘neighbourhood effect’ in UK elections. His research interests include: political psychology, geographical psychology, personality, social norms, and voting as a choice architecture. He is supervised by Dr. Lee de-Wit

PhD student
James Ackland
Not available for consultancy