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What’s the Expedition Psychology Project?

We’re researching how people prepare for, adapt to, and perform in harsh, unforgiving and often dangerous places. The overarching aim of our research is to help people understand and cope with the hardships and maximise the positive aspects of expedition-going. Click on the picture to find out more.

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How can I get involved?

Whether you are planning your first expedition or you’re an expedition veteran we’ve got opportunities for you to participate in research. Click on the picture above to register for the Expedition and Adventure Psychology Participant Pool.

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What does being a member of EP3 involve?

It depends on the study! Research studies may include interviews, surveys or questionnaires. If you want to carry out research during an expedition, this might involve you and your team mates filling in short ‘daily diary’ sheets, or – if conditions allow – recording video entries. Click on the picture to find out more.

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Who are the researchers?

Emma Barrett is Professor of Psychology, Security and Trust at University of Manchester, and Honorary Researcher at Lancaster University. Dr Nathan Smith is Research Associate , Psychology, Security and Trust at University of Manchester. Click on the picture to find out more.

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