Dr Richard Jolley featured on BBC Radio Stoke discussing gender differences in religious beliefs

Dr Richard Jolley

Dr Richard Jolley (Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology) was featured on BBC Radio Stoke’s Sunday Morning Breakfast Show with Liz Ellis (Sunday 1st May) discussing the reasons why more women than men appear to have religious beliefs.

Listen to Richard’s interview via the BBC iPlayer (click here) – Richard can be heard from 2 hour 8 minutes into the programme.

Richard teaches across a range of Psychology modules at Staffordshire University, including a specialist Children & Pictures course based on his research into the development of children’s drawing ability. More details about the course and other Psychology degrees at Staffordshire University can be found here.

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