BA (Hons)(Melbourne), PhD (UPenn)

Professor Nick Haslam is Professor of Psychology in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He is a social psychologist who specialises in the study of interpersonal and intergroup processes. He has worked extensively on group perception, stigma, dehumanization and related phenomena. His other areas of expertise include psychiatric classification, refugee mental health and the psychology of personality.

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate), University of Melbourne, 2018 - 2019

Head of School, University of Melbourne, 2014 - 2016

Professor of Psychology, University of Melbourne, 2008 - present

Fellow, Association of Psychological Science

Fellow, Society of Experimental Social Psychology

Haslam, N. (2016). Concept creep: Psychology’s expanding concepts of harm and pathology. Psychological Inquiry, 27, 1-17.

Haslam, N., & Loughnan, S. (2014). Dehumanization and infrahumanization. Annual Review of Psychology , 65, 399-423.

Haslam, N., Holland, E., & Kuppens, P. (2012). Categories versus dimensions in personality and psychopathology: a quantitative review of taxometric research. Psychological Medicine, 42, 903-920.

Haslam, N. (2012). Psychology in the bathroom . Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.