I joined Goldsmiths as a Lecturer in Psychology in August 2022. My research interests span individual differences, genetics, developmental psychology, and science communication.
- PhD Psychology 2020
- BSc Psychology 2014
- BA English and World Theatre 2000
Teaching and Supervision
My research to date has been focused on public understanding of genetics. Especially how genetics relates to non-medical domains such as psychology, sociology, education, law, ethics, and philosophy.
Further profile content
We are not prepared for the genetic revolution that’s coming
An article written for The Conversation
Robert Chapman - Public gene knowledge
An interview with The Naked Scientists podcast
Prior to my current academic role, I have worked with disabled and non-neurotypical students in higher education for nearly 20 years. This work has included consultation with individual students as well as at institutional levels.