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Student spotlight: MSc Psychology

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Limaben Jamir is an MSc student in Applied Social Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL).  Being close to graduation, she is now working on her dissertation on the impact of ethnopolitical conflict in Nagaland, India.  Aside from her studies, she is also a member of the RHUL Diplomatic society and a very good friend of mine.


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Lima, for me social psychology still sounds obscure. Could you give an example of how and when social psychology is applied?

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