Research Coordinator for OxCSIC and Professor Miles Hewstone
Rachel is Prof Miles Hewstone's P. A. and Research Coordinator for The Oxford Centre for the Study of Intergroup Conflict.
Rachel has an M.A. (Hons) in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Glasgow. Before joining the Department in 2010, she was a secondary school teacher and teacher trainer in Maths, Statistics and Psychology. She is now an enthusiastic ambassador for contact theory and the centre's research.
Please contact Rachel with queries about postgraduate research on intergroup conflict, publications, posters, this website, ethics applications, and the impact of our research on public policy and the "real world". Rachel is also your first point of contact with Miles Hewstone.
Rachel also writes, advises and speaks in London about the psychology of dating and relationships. Find out more at rachelnewdatingcoach.wordpress.com.
How psychology can help us solve climate change
New RJ. and Faber NS., (2016)
Measures of intergroup contact
Lolliot S. et al, (2014), Measures of Personality and Social Psychological Constructs
New RJ., Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
New RJ., Mathematics Teaching
The social psychology of prejudice
New RJ., Psychology Review, 19, 2 - 5