Social Emotions and Equality in Relations (SEER) research group
The Social Emotions and Equality in Relations (SEER) Research Group in the School of Psychology, is a group of social and personality psychologists whose research focuses on social emotions and judgements, gender and sexuality, the self and interpersonal relationships.
The SEER group meets regularly, invites guest speakers, discusses work in progress, and provides PhD training workshops. We also host visits from international scholars and students. We deliver an MSc degree program in Social Psychology and participate in a joint PhD training program with the University of Milano-Bicocca. The University of Surrey has hosted the 2020 European Association for Social Psychology Summer School.
06 FEB 2019
Which partners are more human? Monogamy matters more than sexual orientation for dehumanization in three European countries