Mr Daniel Noon
Qualifications: BSc Psychology (Surrey); MSc Social Psychology (Surrey)
Phone: Work: 01483 68 2884
Room no: 24 AC 04
I am an ESRC funded first year PhD candidate. The working title for the PhD is "Collective emotion and action: Examining in-group misdeeds" with the aim being to understand how self-directed moral emotions motivate restorative and retributive behaviours. I am supervised by Dr Sophie Russell (Surrey) and Prof Roger Giner-Sorolla (Kent). I am also member of the Social Emotions and Equality in Relations (SEER) research group.
So far, my research area has focused on ingroup-directed moral emotions, specifically those which occur with wrongdoing. I am interested in uncovering how collective anger, disgust, guilt, and shame are triggered by the ingroup's misdeeds and how these mobilise different forms of group behaviour.
Alongside the PhD, I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in Further Statistics and Data Analysis (PSY1021).