- PhD in Psychology (University of Kent, UK)
- Intergroup Relations
- Dehumanization and Infrahumanisation of Social Groups and Individuals.
- Gender Issues and Sexism.
- Developmental Disabilities and Discrimination.
- Personality and counselling Psychology.
- Chisango,T. & Mayekiso, T. (2014). Exploring a linguistic intergroup bias on communication of compound-word names and acronyms among political parties. Journal of Communication.
- Chisango, T. Mayekiso, T, & Manuela, T. (2014). The social nature of benevolent sexism and the anti-social nature of hostile sexism. International Journal of Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/ijop.12106.
- Chisango, T & Mayekiso, T. (2013). An investigation of the sexist application of the morality concept of Tsika in the Shona Culture of Zimbabwe. International Journal of Psychology. DOI:10.1080/00207594.2013.766745.
- Chisango, T. & Javangwe, G. (2012). Are people better at recognizing ambivalent sexism on the basis of the non-standard profiles than the standard ASI ones? Sex Roles. DOI 10.1007/s11199-012-0146-2
- Chisango, T. & Gwandure, C. (2011). Delegitimization of disliked political organizations through biased language and acronyming. Journal of Psychology in Africa.
- Chisango, T. (2011). Is denial of uniquely human emotions limited to people with developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome? Journal of Social Science.
- Viki, T., Winchester, L., Titshall, L., Chisango, T., Pina, A., & Russell, R. (2006). Beyond secondary emotions: The infrahumanization of outgroups using human-related and animal-related words. Social Cognition, 24, 753–775. Doi: 10.1521/soco.2006.24.6.753.