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Institute for Psychological Sciences current projects

£47,527 Towards the development of a framework for the interviewing of vulnerable people in Japan. The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) UK-Japan Connections Grant - Dr Joanne Rechdan Co-Investigator, in collaboration with Principal Investigator Professor Dave Walsh (DMU Law School).


£9,865 Does money buy happiness? The causal relationships among experiential consumption, self-presentational motives, and well-being across cultures. Funded by the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant. Principal Investigator: Dr Lis Ku.


£3,500 Does visual perspective taking shape the mental number line? Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) 2019. Principal Investigator: Dr Valter Prpic.


£9,547.37 The Behavioral Ecology View of facial displays in industrialized and small-scale societies. Funded by British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (2018–2019). Principal Investigator: Dr Carlos Crivelli.


£29,885 Turned on, Tuned in, Dropped out: The Impact of Ever Present Technology on Human Behaviour and Decision Making. DSTL. 2016 (M. Scase L. Hadlington and R. Rai, DMU).


£29,960 Users’ Reactions to Failures and Frustrations Within Cyber Environments – Literature Review Update. DSTL. 2017 (M. Scase L. Hadlington and R. Rai, DMU; Thales Cyber and Consulting).


£41,844 Users’ Reactions to Failures and Frustrations Within Cyber Environments – Systematic Coding of Previous Work (URM Coding). DSTL 2018 (M. Scase, L. Hadlington and R. Rai, DMU).


£686,862 Mental health literacy in urban and rural communities in Kerala India: An interdisciplinary approach using applied theatre methodology. The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) (Co-I: N. Svirydzenka).