Frank Doolaard graduated at Leiden University in Economic and Consumer Psychology in 2013. After a few years in marketing research, he now works as a PhD candidate on the project ‘Making sense of social exclusion’, with Dr. Eric van Dijk, Dr. Gert-Jan Lelieveld, and Dr. Marret Noordewier. This project focuses on social exclusion: the feeling of being rejected in interpersonal relations or in society.
More specifically, the research project is about:
• The influence of contextual factors on the interpretation/feelings of inclusion and exclusion among people who exclude others, or are excluded themselves
• How financial scarcity relates to stigmatization, participation, and feelings of being excluded from society
• The impact of information about gender inequality on feelings of exclusion from society
- The Psychology of Selling and Advertising (Master ECP)
- Economic and Consumer Psychology (Psychology Bachelor)
- Thesis supervision (Master S&O/ECP)
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Soc., Econom. en Organisat Psych.
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