Watch: Dr Daniel Jolley discusses fake news and conspiracies ahead of the 2017 UK General Election

Dr Daniel Jolley

Dr Daniel Jolley (Lecturer in Psychology) has been featured as one of Staffordshire University’s Election Experts ahead of the June 2017 General Election.

Dr Jolley discusses some of the issues associated with fake news and beliefs in conspiracy theories based on his own research in relation to voting in the upcoming General Election – watch the videos below:



Find out more about Dr Jolley’s research in the Department of Psychology by visiting the Staffordshire Centre for Psychological Research website.

The Staffordshire Centre for Psychological Research is home to research activity in the Psychology Department at Staffordshire Centre. The Centre is home to a number of research-active psychologists who are engaged in research across a wide range of psychological subdisciplines. The Centre has two overarching research streams: Health and Behaviour Change and Applied Perception and Cognition.

The Centre provides training for PhD students, Research Masters degrees, as well as Professional Doctorates in Clinical and Health Psychology (click here for more details). The Centre also provides bespoke training to private and public organisations, as well as expertise for consultancy research opportunities. For more details about the Centre, its research activities, events and consultancy, please visit our website (click here).

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