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Dr Matthew Haigh

Senior Lecturer

Department: Psychology

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Matthew is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology. He completed a Ph.D. and two post-doctoral research positions at the University of Manchester before joining Northumbria University in 2013.

Matthew is an Experimental Psychologist who works in field of Experimental Pragmatics. He is specifically interested in how people make spontaneous real-time inferences about the beliefs, desires and intentions of other people.

He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and leads the following undergraduate modules:

Collecting & Managing Data (Level 3)

Advanced Experimental Methods and Laboratory Experience (Level 5)

 

 

 

Campus Address

Northumberland Building
Room NB142


Qualifications

  • Psychology PhD September 10 2010
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2017
  • Information not provided Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) 2014

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Affective theory of mind inferences contextually influence the recognition of emotional facial expressions, Stewart, S., Schepman, A., Haigh, M., McHugh, R., Stewart, A. 17 Feb 2019, In: Cognition and Emotion
  • Many Labs 2: Investigating Variation in Replicability Across Samples and Settings, Klein, R., Vianello, M., Hasselman, F., Adams, B., Adams, R., Alper, S., Aveyard, M., Axt, J., Babalola, M., Bahník, Š., Batra, R., Berkics, M., Bernstein, M., Berry, D., Bialobrzeska, O., Binan, E., Bocian, K., Brandt, M., Busching, R., Rédei, A., Cai, H., Cambier, F., Cantarero, K., Carmichael, C., Ceric, F., Chandler, J., Chang, J., Chatard, A., Chen, E., Cheong, W., Cicero, D., Coen, S., Coleman, J., Collisson, B., Conway, M., Corker, K., Curran, P., Cushman, F., Dagona, Z., Dalgar, I., Dalla Rosa, A., Davis, W., De Bruijn, M., De Schutter, L., Devos, T., De Vries, M., Doğulu, C., Dozo, N., Dukes, K., Dunham, Y., Durrheim, K., Ebersole, C., Edlund, J., Eller, A., English, A., Finck, C., Frankowska, N., Freyre, M., Friedman, M., Galliani, E., Gandi, J., Ghoshal, T., Giessner, S., Gill, T., Gnambs, T., Gómez, Á., González, R., Graham, J., Grahe, J., Grahek, I., Green, E., Hai, K., Haigh, M., Haines, E., Hall, M., Heffernan, M., Hicks, J., Houdek, P., Huntsinger, J., Huynh, H., Ijzerman, H., Inbar, Y., Innes-ker, Å., Jiménez-leal, W., John, M., Joy-gaba, J., Kamiloğlu, R., Kappes, H., Karabati, S., Karick, H., Keller, V., Kende, A., Kervyn, N., Knežević, G., Kovacs, C., Krueger, L., Kurapov, G., Kurtz, J., Lakens, D., Lazarević, L., Levitan, C., Lewis, N., Lins, S., Lipsey, N., Losee, J., Maassen, E., Maitner, A., Malingumu, W., Mallett, R., Marotta, S., Međedović, J., Mena-pacheco, F., Milfont, T., Morris, W., Murphy, S., Myachykov, A., Neave, N., Neijenhuijs, K., Nelson, A., Neto, F., Lee Nichols, A., Ocampo, A., O’donnell, S., Oikawa, H., Oikawa, M., Ong, E., Orosz, G., Osowiecka, M., Packard, G., Pérez-sánchez, R., Petrović, B., Pilati, R., Pinter, B., Podesta, L., Pogge, G., Pollmann, M., Rutchick, A., Saavedra, P., Saeri, A., Salomon, E., Schmidt, K., Schönbrodt, F., Sekerdej, M., Sirlopú, D., Skorinko, J., Smith, M., Smith-castro, V., Smolders, K., Sobkow, A., Sowden, W., Spachtholz, P., Srivastava, M., Steiner, T., Stouten, J., Street, C., Sundfelt, O., Szeto, S., Szumowska, E., Tang, A., Tanzer, N., Tear, M., Theriault, J., Thomae, M., Torres, D., Traczyk, J., Tybur, J., Ujhelyi, A., Van Aert, R., Van Assen, M., Van Der Hulst, M., Van Lange, P., Van ’t Veer, A., Vásquez- Echeverría, A., Ann Vaughn, L., Vázquez, A., Vega, L., Verniers, C., Verschoor, M., Voermans, I., Vranka, M., Welch, C., Wichman, A., Williams, L., Wood, M., Woodzicka, J., Wronska, M., Young, L., Zelenski, J., Zhijia, Z., Nosek, B. 1 Dec 2018, In: Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
  • "It’s hard to write a good article." The online comprehension of excuses as indirect replies, Stewart, A., Wood, J., Le-luan, E., Yao, B., Haigh, M. 1 Jun 2018, In: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
  • Comprehension of indirect requests is influenced by their degree of imposition, Stewart, A., Le-luan, E., Wood, J., Yao, B., Haigh, M. 2018, In: Discourse Processes
  • An eye-tracking examination of readers’ sensitivity to pragmatic scope information during the processing of conditional inducements, Wood, J., Haigh, M., Stewart, A. 27 Nov 2017, In: Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology
  • Do non-reflective thinkers apply extreme personal meanings to their activated moods?, Dodd, A., Haigh, M. Sep 2017, In: Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
  • Has the Standard Cognitive Reflection Test Become a Victim of Its Own Success?, Haigh, M. 30 Sep 2016, In: Advances in Cognitive Psychology
  • Slippery slope arguments imply opposition to change, Haigh, M., Wood, J., Stewart, A. Jul 2016, In: Memory & Cognition
  • Extreme cognitions are associated with diminished ability to use disconfirming evidence, Haigh, M., Dodd, A. 30 May 2016, In: Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice
  • "This isn't a promise, it's a threat": eye movements reveal semantic scope differences in conditional inducements, Wood, J., Haigh, M., Stewart, A. 1 Mar 2016, In: Experimental Psychology


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