World-renowned psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie is shaping intellectual debate at a series of global events, sharing his unique perspective on the psychology behind climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a new article for The Conversation psychology lecturer Professor Geoff Beattie and Research Fellow Dr Laura McGuire from the Faculty of Education explore how to get the public to play their part in tackling climate change.
Psychology students at Edge Hill University have taken part in a virtual-style ‘Dragon’s Den’ event where they pitched psychology inspired business ideas to three top TV experts.
Psychologist, author and broadcaster Professor Geoff Beattie from Edge Hill University has received international recognition for his ground-breaking work on trophy hunting and climate change.
Two academics at Edge Hill University will lead and influence a new global environmental agenda to explore behaviour change in relation to sustainability and climate change.
Geoff Beattie, Professor in Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been invited to give a talk at the British Academy Summer Showcase on the evening of the 21st June. The aim of the event is to allow the British Academy ‘to present the best new Humanities and Social Sciences research to a wide public audience.’
Why do we say one thing and then do something completely different? In his new book, Edge Hill psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie explains how the conflicting subsystems of the human mind, one slow, deliberate and conscious, one fast, automatic and unconscious, operate together to such telling effect.
Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill, has written an article for The Conversation analysing the body language of Donald Trump.