I am Geetha, a social psychologist working on understanding what diversity, multiculturalism, and migration mean for the psychology of individuals in contemporary society.
I am especially interested in how social scientists can study and address social issues across disciplinary boundaries. I am currently developing transdisciplinary theory and methods in my position as Assistant Professor, at the University of Groningen, working on the SCOOP consortium goals.
I completed my PhD in Psychology at the department of Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, London School of Economics and Political Science. My thesis is titled "The influence of socio-political context on racial identity: Strategic Identity Construction among Malaysians and Singaporeans".
My other research interests include perspective taking among individuals, the socio-cultural determinants of health related behaviour as well as safety culture within public health systems.
SCOOP Mentor: Prof Rafael Wittek, University of Groningen
PhD Supervisor : Dr Ilka Gleibs, London School of Economics and Political Science
PhD Advisors: Dr Caroline Howarth, London School of Economics and Political Science
Prof Catherine Campbell, London School of Economics and Political Science
Collaborators: Prof Rob M. van Dam, National University of Singapore
Dr Hema Preya Selvanathan, University of Queensland
Dr Amena Amer, University of Greenwich
Dr Clare Coultas, Kings College London
Dr Johanna Lukate, University of Cambridge
Dr Lucy Avraamidou, University of Groningen
Dr Mónica Lopez-Lopez, University of GroningenDr Nelli Ferenczi, Brunel University London