Dr. Emyr Williams, a Lecturer in Psychology at Glyndŵr University, is on the lookout for vampires.
Members of the Vampire Community, that is. He’s composed a questionnaire for you to fill, which intends to
broaden the psychological knowledge of the contemporary vampire community with the hope of publishing a series of academic publications that will help a wide audience understand the vampire community (Merticus 2014).
Williams’ previous vampire-related papers include “Adolescent Television Viewing and Belief in Vampires” (2006) and “Paradigmatic Brilliance—Or, So Sparkly, It’s Broken” (2012).
Merticus. 2014. “Psychology & the Vampire Community – Dr. Emyr Williams.” Vampire Community News, January 8. http://merticus.com/vampirenews/2014/01/08/psychology-the-vampire-community-dr-emyr-williams/.
Williams, Emyr, Mandy Robbins, and Laura Picton. 2006. “Adolescent Television Viewing and Belief in Vampires.” Journal of Beliefs & Values 27 (2): 227–9.
Williams, Emyr, and Janet Goodall. 2012. “Paradigmatic Brilliance—Or, So Sparkly, It’s Broken.” Journal of Dracula Studies 14: 7–16.
Figueroa, Laura. 2009. “They’re Real Life Vampires, and They Are Living Among Us.” Deseret News, November 20. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705345966/Theyre-real-life-vampires-and-they-are-living-among-us.html?pg=all. Photo by Lilly Echeverria, MCT.