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Prof Nick Neave

Professor

Department: Psychology

Dr Nick Neave is a Professor within the Department of Psychology. He is Director of the Hoarding Research Group, Faculty Director of Ethics, and Chair of the Faculty Research Ethics Committee. He contributes to the teaching at Foundation level ('Research Skills'), at Undergraduate level, ('Parapsychology', and 'Hormones & Behaviour') and at Postgraduate level (ethics and media training elements). He is currently supervising PhD students exploring hoarding behaviours;conspiracy beliefs; and superstitious beliefs. 

Nick Neave

Hoarding and collecting behaviours

Psychological characteristics of soccer officials

Superstitious and conspiracy belief

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Prenatal androgenization (2D:4D) predictions of tennis match-play success in junior players: A search for physiological explanations, Ribeiro, E., Neave, N., Marsili, B., Figueiredo, E., Martino-Andrade, A., de Moraes, R. 1 Jan 2024, In: American Journal of Human Biology
  • Assessing conspiracist beliefs across societies: Validation of the Serbian adaptation of the Generic Conspiracist Beliefs Scale (GCBS), Dinić, B., Dagnall, N., Denovan, A., Došenović, A., Neave, N. 10 Nov 2023, In: International Journal of Psychology
  • Consistency of Eye Coloration Across Different Relationship Partners, Newman, A., Pollet, T., McCarty, K., Neave, N., Saxton, T. 1 Jan 2023, In: Archives of Sexual Behavior
  • Digital accumulation behaviours and information management in the workplace: exploring the tensions between digital data hoarding, organisational culture and policy, McKellar, K., Sillence, E., Neave, N., Briggs, P. 5 May 2023, In: Behaviour and Information Technology
  • Digital hoarding and personal use digital data, Sillence, E., Dawson, J., Brown, R., McKellar, K., Neave, N. 21 Dec 2023, In: Human-Computer Interaction
  • How do students use digital technology to manage their university-based data: Strategies, accumulation difficulties and feelings of overload?, Sillence, E., Dawson, J., McKellar, K., Neave, N. 26 Oct 2023, In: Behaviour and Information Technology
  • “In an ideal world that would be a multiagency service because you need everybody’s expertise.” Managing hoarding disorder: a qualitative investigation of existing procedures and practices, Haighton, K., Caiazza, R., Neave, N. 9 Mar 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Research into Hoarding and Practice: Animal Hoarding, Wilkinson, J., Neave, N. 9 Mar 2023, “A Safe, Decent, Stable Home: Is That Beyond Our Reach in 2023?
  • Self-reported memory and executive function in adult non-clinical hoarders, Heffernan, T., Hamilton, C., Neave, N. 4 Mar 2023, In: Applied Neuropsychology: Adult
  • The role of self-reported emotional regulation strategies in hoarding behaviours in a non-clinical adult sample, Bates, E., Dodd, A., Neave, N. 1 Dec 2023, In: Journal of Affective Disorders Reports

  • Emily Bates Start Date: 01/03/2024
  • Michelle Jackson The effect of Creative Art Interventions on Children and Young peoples Mental Health and Well-being Start Date: 01/03/2023
  • Justine Wilkinson Improving Understanding of Practitioner Perspectives and Approaches Towards Case Management of Animal Hoarding Cases in England: A Mixed Methods Approach. Start Date: 01/06/2021

Neurosciences PhD June 30 1995


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