Next week as part of the MA Psychology module, Public Engagement with Psychological Research, we will welcome Dr Carolyn Mair, Reader in Psychology at London College of Fashion.

Dr Carolyn Mair is a Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Scientist. Her research interests lie in the application of theories from cognitive psychology to increase knowledge, improve performance and enhance well-being. Carolyn is Reader in Psychology at the London College of Fashion where she has developed the world’s first Masters courses to apply psychology to fashion (MSc Applied Psychology in Fashion and MA Psychology for Fashion Professionals).  

Carolyn is passionate about working across the disciplinary borders of art and science. She is a founder member of the ArtBrain in Action Community of Practice at University of the Arts London and leader of the Well-being Research Hub at LCF. She has a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience for her investigations into spatio-temporal aspects of visual short-term memory, MSc in Research Methods for investigations into psychosocial aspects of facial disfigurement, and BSc in Applied Psychology and Computing in which she investigated the semiotics of corporate logos. Carolyn is a reviewer for the ESRC, HEA, and several scholarly journals. Prior to becoming an academic, Carolyn worked as a visual merchandiser, graphic designer, dress maker and portrait artist.

If you would like to join us for Dr Mair’s presentation, then you are welcome to do so.

Tuesday 27th January 2 – 4pm, Frankland 309b**

**Please note: Spaces might be limited due to the size of the venue