Professor Ben (C) Fletcher is Professor of Occupational and Health Psychology at University of Hertfordshire.
He in an expert in occupational stress and behaviour change and has published over 100 articles and 8 authored books, as well as having given conference papers all around the world.
Throughout his academic life he has always been involved in the application of his research in community and organisational settings. He has been Head of the School of Psychology twice and also Dean of the Business School for 6 years.
The most recent example of the application of his research is Do Something Different (see www.dsd.me). He has won over £3m in grants from external bodies and has supervised about 30 PhD students in a broad range of areas. He has been on the editorial boards of major journals, has reviewed for many journals and grant bodies here and abroad, and has examined many PhDs in the UK and abroad.
Emma French (1993) is the author of Selling Shakespeare to Hollywood (University of Hertfordshire Press, 2006) and has edited several plays, including A Chaste Maid in Cheapside and Oscar Wilde: Collected Plays (Nick Hern Books)