Fabio Sani

BSc, MSc, PhD

Research Supervisor

I am an academic with almost 30 years of teaching and research experience in social, health, development and clinical psychology, as well as social epidemiology, psychological medicine, and the philosophy of psychiatry. I have lead several large research projects, most of which funded by the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC), and published over 60 scientific articles in international, peer-reviewed journals. Over my career, I have supervised many dissertations both at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels. My interests span the self, social identity, sense of belonging, existential concerns, and social integration, as well as the implications of these phenomena and processes for physical and mental health. I am happy to supervise either systematic reviews or empirical research studies. Specifically concerning empirical research, I am familiar with both quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection and analysis. Concerning data collection, I am especially happy to use online surveys and interviews. With regards to data analysis, I have a lot of experience using cross-tabulation and correlation/regression based techniques for the analysis of quantitative data, and using thematic analysis for the analysis of qualitative data. 

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