Jessica Pykett is a lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Birmingham. She is a social and political geographer with research interests in state-citizen relations, behavioural forms of governance and the use of psychology and neuroscience in such fields as education, architecture and workplace wellbeing. Her current research funded by the ESRC includes a Transformative Social Science award examining the internationalisation of behaviour change and a Seminar Series on Psychological Governance. A recent publication with Rhys Jones and Mark Whitehead on this work is Changing Behaviours. On the Rise of the Psychological State (2013, Edward Elgar Publishing).
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Birmingham
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