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Prof Nick Neave

Professor

Department: Psychology

Dr Nick Neave is a Professor within the Department of Psychology. He is Director of the Hoarding Research Group, Faculty Director of Ethics, and Chair of the Faculty Research Ethics Committee. He contributes to the teaching at Foundation level ('Research Skills'), at Undergraduate level, ('Parapsychology', and 'Hormones & Behaviour') and at Postgraduate level (ethics and media training elements). He is currently supervising PhD students exploring hoarding behaviours;conspiracy beliefs; and superstitious beliefs. 

Nick Neave

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Hoarding and collecting behaviours

Psychological characteristics of soccer officials

Superstitious and conspiracy belief

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • An exploratory factor analysis of the Nerdy Personality Attributes Scale in a sample of self-identified nerds/geeks, Finister, C., Pollet, T., Neave, N. 22 Feb 2021, In: The Social Science Journal
  • Conspiracist beliefs, intuitive thinking, and schizotypal facets: A further evaluation, Denovan, A., Dagnall, N., Drinkwater, K., Parker, A., Neave, N. 1 Nov 2020, In: Applied Cognitive Psychology
  • Personality characteristics of UK Association Football referees, McCarrick, D., Wolfson, S., Neave, N. 20 Apr 2020, In: Journal of Sport Behavior
  • Psychometric assessment of the Generic Conspiracist Beliefs Scale, Drinkwater, K., Dagnall, N., Denovan, A., Neave, N. 19 Mar 2020, In: PLoS One
  • Referee height influences decision making in British football leagues, McCarrick, D., Brewer, G., Lyons, M., Pollet, T., Neave, N. Dec 2020, In: BMC psychology
  • The psychological benefits of Circus Skills Training (CST) in schoolchildren, Neave, N., Johnson, A., Whelan, K., McKenzie, K. 1 Oct 2020, In: Theatre, Dance and Performance Training
  • There is more than one type of hoarder: collecting, managing and hoarding digital data in the workplace, McKellar, K., Sillence, E., Neave, N., Briggs, P. 2020, In: Interacting with Computers
  • Digital hoarding behaviours: measurement and evaluation, Neave, N., Briggs, P., McKellar, K., Sillence, E. 1 Jul 2019, In: Computers in Human Behavior
  • Exploring aspects of the cognitive behavioural model of physical hoarding in relation to digital hoarding behaviours, Thorpe, S., Bolster, A., Neave, N. 2019, In: Digital Health
  • The development and assessment of a new questionnaire to assess beliefs in life after death, Murphy-Morgan, C., Neave, N., Cooper, C. Apr 2019, In: Journal of the Society for Psychical Research

PGR Supervision

Deborah Staines Exploring the different 'types' of hoarding Start Date: 01/03/2021

Qualifications

Neurosciences PhD June 30 1995


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