Dr Eugene Dawydiak

  • Lecturer (Psychology & Neuroscience Education Hub)

telephone: 01413304688
email: Eugene.Dawydiak@glasgow.ac.uk

Room 434, School of Psychology, 62 Hillhead Street, Glasgow, G12 8QB

Import to contacts

Details of my student office hours can be found here: https://moodle.gla.ac.uk/mod/page/view.php?id=1864922

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-4777-1326

Research interests

My research background lies in psycholinguistics, however current research interests broadly focus on looking at the relationship between individual differences in disgust sensitivity and phenomena such as social attitudes (especially stigma) and trypophobia (fear of clusters of holes/spots). In particular investigating overgeneralised disease avoidance (measured by pathogen disgust sensitivity) in relation to stigmatising attitudes towards mental health conditions (eg https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40806-019-00208-x ) and mental health related symptoms in non-clinical samples (eg trypophobia https://psyarxiv.com/9vzt7/ ).

Dissertation supervision
Research projects at UG and PGT level typically align with my current research interests described above. Typically meetings follow the lab group approach (to create a more realistic research setting and facilitate a supportive mini-community of researchers). I support quantitative methodologies typically focused on online self-report measures.

Potential dissertation research projects include:
• Investigating the relationship between individual differences in pathogen disgust sensitivity and stigma towards mental health conditions
• Investigating potential predictors of Trypophobia severity
• Investigating the psychological predictors of Covid-19 anxiety and safety behaviours

I am also engaged in a line of educational research which investigates student perceptions of simulated written academic feedback – in particular the associations between emotional reaction to positive and negative feedback and how this relates to attention paid to that feedback (or perceived attention) and perceived usefulness of the feedback. This project would follow on from previous research we conducted and would involve data collection

Publications

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2020

Dawydiak, E. J. , Stafford, H. E., Stevenson, J. L. and Jones, B. C. (2020) Pathogen disgust predicts stigmatization of individuals with mental health conditions. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 6(1), pp. 60-63. (doi: 10.1007/s40806-019-00208-x)

2008

Koh, S., Sanford, A. J., Clifton Jr., C. and Dawydiak, E. J. (2008) Good‐enough representation in plural and singular pronominal reference. In: Gundel, J. K. and Hedberg, N. (eds.) Reference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Series: New directions in cognitive science. Oxford University Press: Oxford ; New York, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780195331639 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195331639.003.0006)

2007

Emmott, C., Sanford, A.J. and Dawydiak, E.J. (2007) Stylistics meets Cognitive Science: Studying style in fiction and readers attention from an inter-disciplinary perspective. Style, 41(2), pp. 204-225.

Sanford, A. J., Dawydiak, E. J. and Moxey, L. M. (2007) A unified account of quantifer perspective effects in discourse. Discourse Processes, 44(1), pp. 1-32. (doi: 10.1080/01638530701285556)

2004

Sturt, P., Sanford, A. J., Stewart, A. and Dawydiak, E. (2004) Linguistic focus and good-enough representations: An application of the change-detection paradigm. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 11(5), pp. 882-888. (doi: 10.3758/BF03196716) (PMID:15732698)

2001

Moxey, L. M., Sanford, A. J. and Dawydiak, E. J. (2001) Denials as controllers of negative quantifier focus. Journal of Memory and Language, 44(3), pp. 427-442. (doi: 10.1006/jmla.2000.2736)

Moxey, L.M., Sanford, A.J. and Dawydiak, E.J. (2001) The role of denial in negative quantifies focus. Journal of Memory and Language(44), pp. 427-442.

1998

Paterson, K. B., Sanford, A. J., Moxey, L. M. and Dawydiak, E. (1998) Quantifier polarity and referential focus during reading. Journal of Memory and Language, 39(2), pp. 290-306. (doi: 10.1006/jmla.1998.2561)

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Number of items: 8.

Articles

Dawydiak, E. J. , Stafford, H. E., Stevenson, J. L. and Jones, B. C. (2020) Pathogen disgust predicts stigmatization of individuals with mental health conditions. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 6(1), pp. 60-63. (doi: 10.1007/s40806-019-00208-x)

Emmott, C., Sanford, A.J. and Dawydiak, E.J. (2007) Stylistics meets Cognitive Science: Studying style in fiction and readers attention from an inter-disciplinary perspective. Style, 41(2), pp. 204-225.

Sanford, A. J., Dawydiak, E. J. and Moxey, L. M. (2007) A unified account of quantifer perspective effects in discourse. Discourse Processes, 44(1), pp. 1-32. (doi: 10.1080/01638530701285556)

Sturt, P., Sanford, A. J., Stewart, A. and Dawydiak, E. (2004) Linguistic focus and good-enough representations: An application of the change-detection paradigm. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 11(5), pp. 882-888. (doi: 10.3758/BF03196716) (PMID:15732698)

Moxey, L. M., Sanford, A. J. and Dawydiak, E. J. (2001) Denials as controllers of negative quantifier focus. Journal of Memory and Language, 44(3), pp. 427-442. (doi: 10.1006/jmla.2000.2736)

Moxey, L.M., Sanford, A.J. and Dawydiak, E.J. (2001) The role of denial in negative quantifies focus. Journal of Memory and Language(44), pp. 427-442.

Paterson, K. B., Sanford, A. J., Moxey, L. M. and Dawydiak, E. (1998) Quantifier polarity and referential focus during reading. Journal of Memory and Language, 39(2), pp. 290-306. (doi: 10.1006/jmla.1998.2561)

Book Sections

Koh, S., Sanford, A. J., Clifton Jr., C. and Dawydiak, E. J. (2008) Good‐enough representation in plural and singular pronominal reference. In: Gundel, J. K. and Hedberg, N. (eds.) Reference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Series: New directions in cognitive science. Oxford University Press: Oxford ; New York, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780195331639 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195331639.003.0006)

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