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Occupational and Business Psychology Masters (MSc): Who teaches this course

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Kingston Business SchoolKingston Business School is internationally recognised as a leading centre of postgraduate learning. All our staff are highly accredited and experienced, and many have worked at high levels within law and business, so they can show you how to turn theory into practice using real-life examples. Some have international reputations for their leading work in research and development, and all are recognised for providing a high-quality service for students and external partners.

In addition to the full-time staff, there are also regular visits from specialists in finance, business and industry who will keep you up to date with the latest thinking and developments in the accounting and finance fields.

Staff teaching on this course

Dr Rachel Lewis


Dr Emma Russell

Dr Emma Russell is a chartered occupational psychologist, with a background in both academia and consultancy.

Emma's research interests include new technology interruptions and strategic work behaviour in multi-goal environments; measuring wellbeing as an antecedent and consequence to strategy choice; the role of personality in strategic activity at work; and organisational identity and identity processes involved in using internet forums and networking sites.


Dr Hans-Joachim Wolfram


Dr Miguel Imas


Dr Maria Daskalaki


Dr Stephen Gourlay

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