Watson Building Room 251
School of Applied Social Science
University of Brighton
Telephone: +44 (0)1273 64 4517
I studied for my BSc (Hons) in Psychology at Edinburgh Napier University. From here, I completed my MSc in Psychological Research Methods at the University of Portsmouth. I was successful appointed the role of Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) at the University of Portsmouth in 2010. This role involved me carrying out a large range of teaching duties including module coordinating, personal tutoring, lab demonstrations and part-supervising final year eye tracking projects. I was also awarded a part-time PhD bursary as part of the GTA role.
I completed my PhD in early 2016 and joined the University of Brighton's School of Applied Social Science in February 2016 as a lecturer in forensic psychology. I co-ordinate the modules Psychology of Security and Forensic Psychology.