Associate Professor, University of Newcastle

Mark Rubin is an associate professor in social psychology at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He received an MSc (1994) from the London School of Economics and a PhD (2000) from Cardiff University, UK. He has published over 80 research articles, mainly in the areas of social identity, stereotyping, prejudice, and intergroup contact. His recent research has focused on social class, social exclusion, and mental health. He has also recently published work on broader scientific issues relating to the replication crisis in psychology and beyond. For more information about his work, please visit his Research Gate website at: http://bit.ly/RzTKLY

Experience

  • 2001–present
    Associate Professor, The University of Newcastle, Australia

Education

  • 2000 
    University of Wales, Cardiff University, UK, PhD (Social Psychology)
  • 1994 
    University of London, London School of Economics, UK, MSc (Social Psychology)
  • 1993 
    University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, BSc (Psychology)

Research Areas

  • Social And Community Psychology (170113)
  • Higher Education (130103)

Honours

The Australian Government’s Office for Teaching and Learning (2013) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning