Department of Psychology

Mr Ian Fairholm

Ian Fairholm

Teaching Fellow

10West 2.26
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 4416


Ian is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath.

He is Deputy Director of Undergraduate Studies (Pastoral) and as part of this role coordinates the undergraduate dissertations and is also responsible for coordinating the department’s personal tutee system.

Research interests

  • Consciousness
  • Human colour vision
  • Parapsychology
  • The history and philosophy of psychology
  • Alternative medicine and the placebo effect


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Fairholm, I., 2012. Issues, debates and approaches in psychology. Palgrave Macmillan. (Palgrave Insights in Psychology series)


Fairholm, I. and Lench, A., 2014. Looking back:Freud, the libido and oxytocin. Psychologist, 27 (8), pp. 628-631.

Fairholm, I., 2004. Psychoanalysing God: Freud on Religion? The Skeptic, 17 (4), pp. 8-11.

Cole, G. G., Heywood, C., Kentridge, R., Fairholm, I. and Cowey, A., 2003. Attentional Capture by Colour and Motion in Cerebral Achromatopsia? Neuropsychologia, 41, pp. 1837-1846.

Fairholm, I., Heywood, C. and Kentridge, R., 2002. The effect of apparent motion (i.e. the phi motion effect) of coloured stimuli on reaction times in a simple discrimination task? Perception, 31S, p. 69.

Fairholm, I., 2002. Who you gonna call?: The Contemporary Status of Parapsychology? PSYPAG Quarterly, 42, pp. 12-19.

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