Professor Neil Humphrey

Professor Neil Humphrey - Head of the Manchester Institute of Education and Professor of Psychology and Education

Professor Neil Humphrey is the Head of the Manchester Institute of Education and Professor of Psychology and Education at the University of Manchester. His research interests include social and emotional learning, mental health, and special educational needs. Neil’s work in these areas has been supported by various funding bodies, including the National Institute for Health Research, Big Lottery Fund, and Education Endowment Foundation. He is the author of, “Social and Emotional Learning: A Critical Appraisal”, published by Sage. Neil is a member of the ESRC mental health expert group and the children and young people’s research working group for the Department of Health’s 10-year strategy for mental health.

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