Professor Carolyn Mair PhD is a behavioural consultant. Also known as Dr Mair Fashion Psychologist, she established the consultancy psychology.fashion where she consults with the retail, NGOs, educators and the public providing behavioural insights, bespoke training, short-courses, masterclasses and workshops, mentoring and career coaching. Carolyn has published broadly in academic and popular media and has been interviewed many times on TV (including BBC World News TV, Sky News, ITV, London Live), national and international radio and featured in international media including Vogue, Elle, Harpers Bazaar, Grazia, Stella, Style, The Stylist, and Vanity Fair and press (e.g., The New York Times, The Times, Guardian, Telegraph, Independent, Daily Mail, Irish Times, Sunday Independent as well as many overseas newspapers and psychology and industry magazines. Her book, The Psychology of Fashion, was published in 2018. Carolyn has a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, MSc in Research Methods Psychology and BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology and Computing. She is a Chartered Fellow of the British Psychological Society and the proud recipient of their Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Education award. Until establishing her consultancy in 2017, Carolyn was Professor of Psychology for Fashion at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London where she created and led the world's first Masters and Bachelors programmes to apply psychology within the broad context of fashion . In her earlier careers, she was a visual merchandiser, graphic designer, dressmaker and portrait artist. Find out more at http://psychology.fashion/ UPCOMING TALKS Carolyn is Keynote speaker at Voices of Fashion on Mental Health taking place at The Science Gallery London, King's College London, UK on 6th December (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/voices-of-fashion-on-mental-health-tickets-51747476094) where she will be speaking on mental health in fashion. The British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2019 taking place in Chester, UK, 9-11 January 2019 (https://www.bps.org.uk/events/division-occupational-psychology-annual-conference-2019) where she will be presenting findings on the relationship between creativity and risk: "Creativity: Are You Risky Enough?" The International Convention of Psychological Science taking place in Paris, France, 7-9 March 2019 (https://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/icps2019/program/iss) where she has been invited to contribute to the integrative science symposium "How Changing Our Bodies Changes Our Selves".Read more Read less
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