Email
    sbelli@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 88 6738
    Post
    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Web Links

    Dr Stefano Belli

    Lecturer

    School of Psychology
    College of Social Science

    About Stefano Belli

    My background is primarily in Experimental Psychology, which I studied at undergraduate and doctoral levels at the University of Oxford.
    I have also worked on social policy and research policy.  I spent 2 years as a post-doctoral research worker at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience,  reviewing European mental health research and generating priorities for future research as part of the multi-disciplinary ROAMER project (http://roamer-mh.org). I also spent time as a Research Fellow as part of the Behavioural Insights Team (http://www.behaviouralinsights.co.uk), working on evidence-based policy in government.

    Department Responsibilities

    Teaching:
    Year 1 - Tutorial Groups; Themes, Issues & Debates in Psychology
    Year 2 - Social Theory & Applications; Research Methods (RS2); Research Internship Elective
    Year 3 - Independent Study (Dissertation Project) Supervision
    MSc - Advanced Research Internship Elective

    Committees:
    Early Career Research representative and Identity and Social Relationships Group representative on the School of Psychology Research Committee; Athena Swan Committee; School Postgraduate Research Committee

    Subject Specialism

    Cognitive biases for social information and risk/protective factors for wellbeing and emotional symptoms

    Qualifications

    • DPhil Experimental Psychology — University of Oxford, 2013
    • MSc Psychological Research — University of Oxford, 2009
    • BA (Hons) Experimental Psychology — University of Oxford, 2008

    Awards

    • Travel Grant for Young Scientists to attend “Mental Health Throughout Life” Conference — Volkswagen Foundation, 2013
    • Academic Grant to attend Biennial Meeting for the Society for Child Research and Development — Balliol College, 2011
    • Grindley Grant to attend Biennial Meeting for the Society for Child Research and Development — Experimental Psychology Society, 2011
    • Bursary to attend BPS Developmental Section Conference — British Psychological Society, 2010
    • ESRC 1+3 Studentship — Economic & Social Research Council, 2008

    Research Interests

    Research Group Memberships

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

    Report a problem with this page