» Professor Brian Parkinson
Professor Brian Parkinson
Role or Position
Tutor in Psychology and Junior Censor
After undergraduate and postgraduate study in psychology at Manchester University, Dr Parkinson has held research and teaching positions in various psychology departments in the UK. Before moving to Oxford in 2000, he was senior lecturer in psychology at Brunel University. Since 2003, he has been Chief Editor of the British Journal of Social Psychology.
Social psychology, emotion, research methods and statistics.
Emotion from a social psychological perspective, especially the influence of emotion presentation on other people.
Parkinson, B., Fischer, A., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2005). Emotion in social relations: Cultural, group, and interpersonal processes. Philadelphia, PA: Psychology Press.
Parkinson, B. (2005). Do facial movements express emotions or communicate motives? Personality and Social Psychology Review, 9, 278-311.
Parkinson, B. (2001). Anger on and off the road. British Journal of Psychology. 92, 507-526.
Parkinson, B. (1995). Ideas and realities of emotion. London: Routledge.
Swimming, photography, listening to popular music
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