Dr. Lisa A. Williams
Dr. Lisa A. Williams is a social psychologist whose research examines the dynamics between emotional experience and social interaction. Much of her research focuses on how positive emotions that arise in the context of social interactions function at the interpersonal, interpersonal, intergroup, and societal levels.
Lisa is currently Associate Professor in the School of Psychology and Associate Dean, Equity Diversity and Inclusion, Faculty of Science, at UNSW Sydney.
Access Lisa’s CV here.
June is completing her Honours thesis research in the lab in 2023. Her project will explore public perceptions in the context of shifting blood donation deferral policies for men who have sex with men.
Su-Ann is completing her Honours thesis research in the lab in 2023. Her project will examine blood donor emotional experience, with a focus on coding open-ended emotion data generated by donors during and after the donation process.
Kate is a casual research assistant working on projects including emotional processes in the context of blood donation and ostracism. Kate completed her Honours degree in Psychology at UNSW in 2019 and is currently pursuing her PhD.
Kallie commenced her PhD research in 2021. Her research addresses the nature and consequences of positive emotion differentiation, with a focus on wellbeing. She completed her Honours degree in Psychology at UNSW in 2018.