Dr Neil McLatchie

Lecturer

Research Overview

My primary research interests are emotions and how they relate to prosocial and antisocial behaviours. My work on emotions extends in to other fields of psychology including how people punish transgressions and deception. Outside of my work on emotions, other research interests include perceptions of science.

Moral pride: benefits and challenges of experiencing and expressing pride in one’s moral achievements
McLatchie, N.M., Piazza, J. 09/2017 In: The Moral Psychology of Pride. Rowman and Littlefield ISBN: 1783489081, 9781783489084. Electronic ISBN: 9781783489107.
Chapter

Four reasons to prefer Bayesian analyses over significance testing
Dienes, Z., McLatchie, N.M. 28/03/2017 In: Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 12 p.
Journal article

‘Imagined guilt’ versus ‘recollected guilt’: implications for fMRI
McLatchie, N.M., Giner-Sorolla, R., Derbyshire, S. 05/2016 In: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 11, 5, p. 703-711. 9 p.
Journal article

Proprioceptive drift without illusions of ownership for rotated hands in the 'rubber hand illusion' paradigm
Holle, H., McLatchie, N., Maurer, S., Ward, J. 09/2011 In: Cognitive Neuroscience. 2, 3-4, p. 171-178. 8 p.
Journal article

Denying humanness to others: a newly discovered mechanism by which violent video games increase aggressive behavior
Greitemeyer, T., McLatchie, N.M. 05/2011 In: Psychological Science. 22, 5, p. 659-665. 7 p.
Journal article