Research Students

Ana Ioana Gheorghiu

Staff positionPhD Student
Emailaigheo@essex.ac.uk
Telephone01206 872575
Room4.709
Teaching responsibilities

 PS908 - GTA

Publications

Gheorghiu, A.I., Callan, M.J., & Skylark, W.J. (in press). Facial appearance affects science communication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Kim, H., Callan, M.J., Gheorghiu, A.I., & Matthews, W.J. (in press). Social comparison, personal relative deprivation, and materialism. British Journal of Social Psychology.

Callan, M.J., Kim, H., Gheorghiu, A.I., & Matthews, W.J. (in press). The interrelations between social class, personal relative deprivation, and prosociality. Social Psychological and Personality Science

Matthews, W. J., & Gheorghiu, A. I. (2016). Repetition, expectation, and the perception of time. Current Opinion in Behavioural Sciences, 8, 110-116.

Matthews, W.J., Gheorghiu, A.I., & Callan, M.J. (2016). Why do we overestimate others' willingness to pay? Judgment and Decision Making, 11(1), 21-39.

Darlow, H. M., Dylman, A. S., Gheorghiu, A. I., & Matthews, W. J. (2013). Do changes in the pace of events affect one-off judgments of duration?. PloS one, 8(3), e59847.

Gillmeister, H., Cantarella, S., Gheorghiu, A. I., & Adler, J. (2013). Object-Guided Spatial Selection in Touch Without Concurrent Changes in the Perceived Location of the Hands. Experimental Psychology (formerly Zeitschrift für Experimentelle Psychologie), 60(1), 64-70.

Study areas

Impression formation;

Science communication;

Social psychology

SupervisorMitchell Callan
Thesis titleImproving science communication: The effects of impression formation on perceptions of scientific research
Conferences/presentations

Gheorghiu, A. I. (2016, January). Improving science communication: The effects of impression formation on perceptions of scientific research. SPSP 2016, San Diego, California. 

Gheorghiu, A. I. (2015, May). Improving science communication: The effects of impression formation on perceptions of scientific research. Postgraduate conference 2015, Department of Psychology, University of Essex. 

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