About Rob Burriss
What I've done and where I am
In July 2016 I joined the Psychology Faculty at Basel University as a postdoc to work on the project "Processes in Romantic Relationships and their Impact on Relationship and Personal Outcomes" funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
Between 2013-2016 I was an Anniversary Research Fellow at the Psychology Department at Northumbria University, and between 2011-2012 I was at the University of Stirling, where I was a postdoc with Craig Roberts and Tony Little, researching the effects of the contraceptive pill on partner preferences and relationship quality. In 2010 I completed a 20 month postdoc in David Puts' lab in the Anthropology Department at Penn State. I received my PhD in Biological Sciences in 2007 from the University of Liverpool, where I studied under John Lycett and Tony Little. I've also taught at the University of Liverpool and the University of Chester.
More about me
You can view my CV, my Google Scholar, and my Academia.edu profile. I produce the Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast and post text versions of every episode on my blog at Medium.com. I republish some of my blog posts in Psychology Today, The Conversation, and Science of Relationships. Come talk to me on Twitter. I'm quite nice.