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Eiluned Pearce

MA MSc DPhil


Visiting Researcher in the Social & Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group

My research interests are how humans create and maintain social networks and community cohesion. My work has included exploring group singing as a mechanism of social bonding, and examining whether individual differences in how individuals relate to others are linked to their genetic profiles. I am also interested in the wellbeing effects of singing and other interventions to alleviate loneliness.

I am part of the Campaign to End Loneliness research hub.

I have worked with a number of charities to support them to evaluation their services and projects, including The Archway Foundation, Age UK Oxfordshire, and Sound Resource.

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