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* Intergroup relations, group identity, intergroup communication, and intergroup behaviour * Intergroup bias, prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination * Intergroup contact and contact-based mechanisms (e.g., extended intergroup contact, imagined intergroup contact) Academic qualifications BA, French & Francophone Studies (, magna cum laude), Macalester, St. Phil, Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, 2010 Teaching The Psychology of the Person: PS51005A Design and Analysis of Psychological Investigations: PS51008C Research Methods in Psychology: PS52007B Areas of supervision Available to supervise Ph D, MSc and undergraduate research students in any of the research areas identified above. Harwood (Eds.) The Dynamics of Intergroup Communication New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2010. IBSN 978-1-4331-0398-8 (hardcover), 978-1-4331-0397-1 (paperback) West, Keon.
Simon Warren, Senior Lecturer in Architecture at Leeds Beckett, explained: Work placements are an excellent way of bridging the gap between study and employment and helping students see where their learning can be applied in real life work situations.
Without exception students learn a great deal in a short time.
Racial micro-aggressions are essentially normalised, everyday acts of racism, and we can’t just brush them under the carpet.‘I don’t think guys realise they’re being offensive.
They think it’s a compliment because girls want to feel unique.'The first year student, whose mother is Mauritian and father half South African, explained that while a word like 'exotic' sounds harmless, it is actually very troubling.‘Being called "exotic" is racist and I think a lot of people don’t realise that.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, ISSN 0021-9029 Naked and Unashamed: Investigations and Applications of the Effects of Naturist Activities on Body Image, Self-Esteem, and Life Satisfaction West, Keon. Naked and Unashamed: Investigations and Applications of the Effects of Naturist Activities on Body Image, Self-Esteem, and Life Satisfaction. Sex Roles, ISSN 0360-0025 Jamaica, Three Years Later: Effects of Intensified Pro-Gay Activism on Severe Prejudice Against Lesbians and Gay Men West, Keon. Jamaica, Three Years Later: Effects of Intensified Pro-Gay Activism on Severe Prejudice Against Lesbians and Gay Men. International Journal of Sexual Health, ISSN 1931-7611 Beware of ‘reducing prejudice’: Imagined contact may backfire if applied with a prevention focus. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, ISSN 0021-9029 Applying imagined contact to improve physiological responses in anticipation of intergroup interactions and the perceived quality of these interactions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 45(8), 425 - 436. ISSN 1868-9884 Intergroup Contact and Prejudice Against People With Schizophrenia West, Keon; Hewstone, Miles and Lolliot, Simon. Intergroup Contact and Prejudice Against People With Schizophrenia. ISSN 0007-1250 Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact West, Keon and Bruckmüller, Susanne. Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact. ISSN 0021-9029 Imagined contact works in high-prejudice contexts: Investigating imagined contact’s effects on anti-gay prejudice in Cyprus and Jamaica West, Keon; Husnu, Shenel and Lipps, Garth. Imagined contact works in high-prejudice contexts: Investigating imagined contact’s effects on anti-gay prejudice in Cyprus and Jamaica. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49(2), pp. ISSN 00221031 Behavioural consequences of imagining intergroup contact with stigmatized outgroups Turner, R. The move follows claims that the usual format, where candidates are questioned by a panel of academics, could give an advantage to confident and articulate pupils who have been coached in how to respond.Seven Architecture has teamed up with Leeds Beckett University to offer its architecture students a taste of life in a busy national design practice.Two students from the university’s Leeds School of Architecture, James Ballard and Tamara Keoshgerian, spent a week with architects at the firm’s Harrogate studio working on a range of public and private sector projects as part of the University’s third annual work placements ‘Speed Dating’ event.