Spotlight: Dr Juliet Foster
Dr Juliet Foster completed her undergraduate degree in Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge; she went to the London School of Economics for her MSc in Social Psychology and then returned to the University of Cambridge for her PhD.
Dr Foster is a social psychologist whose professional interest is in the development and interaction between different forms of knowledge, and in social psychological perspectives on mental ill health. In particular she has studied the understandings of mental health problems amongst different groups, including people who use mental health services, mental health professionals and the general public.
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05 January 2018
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