Mark Rubin

Social Psychology

PhD, MSc, BSc
27.22

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  • Jan 2016
    Rubin, M., Giacomini, A., & Kelly, B. (2016-2018). Developing an intervention to reduce risk-taking among Australian miners. Australian Coal Industry’s Research Program.
    Grant
  • Jan 2015
    Rubin, M., & Wilkinson, R. B. (2015). A longitudinal study of the relations between students’ socioeconomic status, social integration at university, and mental health. Australian Government Department of Education Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programme National Priorities Pool.
    Grant
  • Dec 2014
    The Faculty of Science and Information Technology Academic Staff Excellence Award, The University of Newcastle, Australia.
    Award

About

I am a senior lecturer in social psychology at the University of Newcastle, Australia. I am best known for my work on social identity and intergroup relations, including research on perceived group variability, prejudice, and stereotyping. My other research interests include interdependent problem-solving, migration processes, the need for closure, social class, and social integration. For more information about my work, please visit my research website at: http://bit.ly/QgpV4O

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