Peter Eachus

Dr Peter Eachus

Director of Psychology and Public Health

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  • E: p.eachus@salford.ac.uk
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Biography

Dr Peter Eachus is Director of Psychology and Public Health within the School of Health Sciences. He is is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and Chartered Scientist. Peter holds a BSc (Hons) Psychology, MSc, PhD, PGCE, AIHE. Peter has taught Psychology at every level from A level through to Masters and PhD supervision.

Teaching

Peter contributes to a range of modules on our undergraduate courses including Psychology in Contemporary Contexts, Forensic Psychology and the final year Dissertation.

Research Interests

His main research interests include the role of self-efficacy in the use of computers and the Internet; psychotourism, personality and vacation preferences; and the application of psychology in the understanding and prevention of terrorist’s activities.

Qualifications and Memberships

Peter holds a BSc (Hons) Psychology, MSc, PhD, PGCE, AIHE.

He is a Chartered Psychologist and a Chartered Scientist.

Publications

Eachus, P & Stedmon, A & Baillie, L & Baillie, L & Donkor, R & Edlin-White, R & Bracewell, R., 2012 ‘Scalable interrogation: A protocol to elicit human pheromone responses to deception’, Journal of Police & Criminal Psychology (in press).

Eachus, P & Stedmon, A & Baillie, L 2011, ‘Hostile Intent in Crowded Places: A Field Study’, Applied Ergonomics (in press).

Kitching, J & Cassidy, S F & Eachus, P & Hogg, P 2011, ‘Creating and Validating Self-Efficacy Scales for Students’, Radiologic Technology, 83(1), pp.10-19.

Kitchen, J & Cassidy, S F & Eachus, P 2011, ‘The Creation and Validation of a Self-Efficacy Scale for Student Radiographers’, Radiologic Technology.

Eachus, P; Stedmon, A and Wilson, M. (2011) A Collaborative Multi-source Intelligence Working Environment: A Systems Approach: Final Report in fulfilment of contract: DSTLX1000054454

Eachus, P., Stedmon, A., and Baillie, L (2009) A Model of Intent In Crowded Places: Final Report in Fulfilment of Home Office contract: CDE12123