Mark Levine is a Professor of Social Psychology at Lancaster University. The proposed research is linked with his research on the role of identities and group processes in pro-social and anti-social behaviour, which has been funded by grants totalling over £12M. They include large EPSRC grants for interdisciplinary research on the effect of robot-human interactions on intergroup relations (EP/L00416X/1), multiple identities as a resource for understanding and impacting behaviours in the digital world (EP/J005053/1), and Citizen Forensics: Reframing modern policing in a socio-technical world (EP/R033862/1).

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