General interest: How does group membership influence our cognition, affect, and behaviour.
Specific research themes:
Allard R. Feddes is an Assistant Professor at the Social Psychology Department of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He has an MA in Social and Organizational Psychology (University of Groningen, the Netherlands, 2004), a PhD in Social Psychology (Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany, 2007), and has studied and worked at Maynooth University (Ireland), Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada), ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute (Portugal) and the University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy). Allard is broadly interested in the question how group membership influences our thinking (cognition), feeling (affect and emotions) and doing (behaviour). His research includes topics such as development of intergroup prejudice and stereotyping, discrimination, acculturation, antecedents and consequences of hate-crime, and psychological processes involved in radicalization and terrorism. In addition, Allard is interested in developing interventions (i.e., countering discrimination) and how to best show what works and and what not (evidence-based evaluation).
Fundamentals of Psychology (Introduction course in Psychology, PPLE Bachelor Programme)
Emotions (PPLE Bachelor Programme)
Political Psychology (PPLE Bachelor Programme)
Intergroup Processes (Bachelor Programme, Department of Psychology)
Supervision of Bachelor and (Research) Master theses (Department of Social Psychology)
Supervision of PhD students (Department of Social Psychology)
Supervision of internships of Cultural Psychology and Social Influence Mastertrack students (Department of Social Psychology)
Coordinator of internships of the Mastertracks Cultural Psychology and Social Influence at the Department of Social Psychology.
Member of the Programme Committee (Opleidingscommissie, OC) of the Graduate School of Psychology