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Thanakorn (Kim) Angkasirisan


MSc Psychological Research Student

I am interested in the psychology of utilitarianism. My current research aims to understand why some people weigh the welfare of strangers equally or much more highly than close friends and family and how these beliefs and commitments affect their relationships and behaviour.

My second research interests revolve around how emotions manifest in the body and influence social cognition and behaviour.

Previously, I completed an MSc in Health Psychology from UCL, a BSc in Psychological Science from Chulalongkorn University, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Queensland.