Nick Haslam is Professor of Psychology at the University of Melbourne, where he is also Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate) and co-director of the Mental Health PhD program. He joined the university after working at the University of Pennsylvania and the New School for Social Research in the USA.
A social psychologist by trade, Nick has published extensively on the psychology of relationships, personality and mental health. In addition to his academic work, Nick writes frequently for a wider audience at outlets including Time, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Monthly and The Conversation.
See Nick on the Friday night panel “Are Alternative Facts Killing Us?”