is an internationally acclaimed psychologist, author and broadcaster. He is Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University and a Masters supervisor on the Sustainability Leadership programme at the University of Cambridge. Best known for his work in nonverbal communication and body language, Geoff has also made a significant contribution to the psychology of sustainable consumption, implicit prejudice, sport psychology and the enthnography of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Geoff has written 19 books, is a regular media contributor for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 as well as hosting his own TV series.
My new research on implicit prejudice in British society is summarised in ‘Our Racist Heart?
Chasing Lost Times. A Father and Son Reconciled through Running was published in the UK in 2012. Later this month an Italian edition will be released.
'Get the Edge' goes global. Taiwanese, Chinese and Brazilian editions are now available, the Korean edition is forthcoming'.