Mrs Ekaterina Kostyuk

Mrs Ekaterina Kostyuk

Ekaterina is a Doctoral Researcher. She holds a BSc Economics from Kingston University, MSc in Social Research Methods from the London School of Economics and MSc in Psychology from the University of Westminster. She is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Westminster, Department of Psychology.

Doctoral Research Project: The role of social identity and group deviance in online misinformation engagement.

Other projects:

Can exposure to cultural facemasks in public health messages increase Covid-19 booster vaccination intentions, following health guidance, and information-seeking behaviour?

Preprint: Individual differences in sharing false political information on social media: deliberate and accidental sharing, motivations and positive schizotypy

The effects of identity (subordinate vs. superordinate) salience on intergroup attitudes, anxiety, and contact intentions in North Cyprus (Yetkili et al., 2024)

Impostor Phenomenon Among South Asian University Students in the UK and the US.

  • Centre for Psychological Sciences