Geoffrey Beattie

Geoff Beattie

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. 

Latest Research

My new research on implicit prejudice in British society is summarised in ‘Our Racist Heart?   

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Latest Research

Recent Books

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. 

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Recent Books

Latest News

'Get the Edge' goes global. Taiwanese, Chinese and Brazilian editions are now available, the Korean edition is forthcoming'.

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Latest News