New PhD Opportunity in London!

The intoxicated co-witness: The impact of alcohol on collaborative remembering.

When witnesses talk it is likely that one witness unintentionally influences other witness leading them to report details they have not observed themselves but just heard about from the other witness. This is called ‘memory conformity’. This project will investigate the impact of alcohol on collaborative remembering and memory conformity. In a series of quantitative studies this research programme will investigate how alcohol-related beliefs impact collaborative remembering and metamemory.

The successful candidate will work under a supervisory team composed of Dr Julie Gawrylowicz (Senior Lecturer), Prof Ian Albery (Professor of Psychology), and Dr Dan Frings (Associate Professor) at London South Bank University.

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