Alexander Foster is a Research Worker in Global Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. His research interests concern representations of the human body, the relationship between medicine, ecology and the Anthropocene, and the effect of contemporary modes of existence on human health. Previous research as an undergraduate at Oxford University concerned the perception of wolves and the emergence of livestock depredations in North-East Oregon.
Alexander Foster and Tatiana Salisbury publish their debut blog on a recent study of digital self-harm in adolescents. In case you’re wondering, digital self-harm is the anonymous online posting, sending or sharing of hurtful content about oneself.[read the full story...]