Research in the human sciences broadens and deepens our understanding of human nature and underpins medical and technological advance.
As a former academic psychologist, my research interests centred around two main themes: occupational health psychology and evolutionary psychology.
I supervised six doctoral research students who successfully completed their PhDs. These were mostly co-supervised by my friend and colleague Professor Trevor Hussey, with the degrees awarded by Brunel University.
'Every great advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority.'
Thomas Henry Huxley
Media Articles Quoting My Work
‘Men choose beauty before age’ - New Scientist
'The lure of the older woman' - BBC News:
'Hey, good lookin’ - New Scientist
'Family comes first' - New Scientist
‘Work stress’ - New Scientist
Human Instinct - BBC 1
The Mating game - BBC Science & Nature
‘Unfair bosses make blood pressure soar’ - New Scientist
‘Aggressive e-mail health threat' - BBC News
‘Pain all relative, scientists say’ - BBC News