Natalie Bowling is a Psychology PhD Candidate based at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her research interests cover a broad range of topics in Social Neuroscience, with current projects focusing on mirror-touch synaesthesia , empathy for pain, and perception of animacy from faces.
She is also an Associate Lecturer at Goldsmiths, teaching a broad range of introductory topics to first year students.
Before joining Goldsmiths, Bowling gained a bachelor’s, and then a MRes Psychology at the University of Sussex. During her master’s degree, she carried out research on age perception from moving faces in non-optimum conditions. She also worked with the Sussex Colour Group to study the impact of colour on creativity in children.
Bowling has a strong interest in public engagement. She has previously been involved with setting up the State of Mind consciousness expo in Brighton, and is currently organising an A-Level outreach conference at Goldsmiths. She shares new research in her field on her twitter account. You can follow her
Published: 07 January 2015
Last updated: 07 December 2016