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Julian Oldmeadow

Senior Lecturer, Psychology


Dr Oldmeadow is a social psychologist with over twenty years’ experience conducting research using survey and experimental methods. He has been at Swinburne since 2013 and previously worked at a number of universities in the UK including the University of Exeter, Cambridge University, and the University of York.

Dr Oldmeadow has researched and published widely on a range of topics including public trust in technology, stereotypes, intergroup-relations, face perception and person perception. He is a founding member of the Social Psychology of Innovation (SPI) research group at Swinburne University of Technology and has worked with the group to develop a number of research partnerships in the area of public understanding of and trust in technology. He has supervised five PhD students to completion, as well as dozens of Honours and Masters students.

Dr Oldmeadow is currently the Research Coordinator in the Department of Psychological Sciences and a long-standing member of Swinburne's Human Research Ethics Sub-Committee.

Research interests

Social Psychology; face perception; Social perception; human-technology interactions; Applied social psychology

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.


Available to supervise honours students.

Fields of Research

  • Applied And Developmental Psychology - 520100
  • Biological Psychology - 520200
  • Social And Personality Psychology - 520500

Teaching areas

Social Psychology;Applied social psychology;introductory psychology


Also published as: Oldmeadow, Julian; Oldmeadow, J.; Oldmeadow, Julian A.
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