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I am currently studying for a PhD in Psychology at the University of Chichester and work as an Associate Lecturer.
I am passionate about both teaching and Psychology, and my doctoral research involves developing interventions to increase female achievement and pursuit of STEM subjects.
I studied A-Level Psychology and have a First Class BSc (Hons) Psychology undergraduate degree.
In my free time I like to play in orchestras, play sports, and socialise with friends.
Associate Lecturer, University of Chichester
Research methods (qualitative and quantitative, including the use of SPSS and statistical models)
Study Skills for Psychologists
Cognitive Psychology (e.g. memory, intelligence)
Individual Differences (e.g. Psychopathology)
Psychology and Social Issues (e.g. discrimination, aggression, addiction, health promotion/prevention)
Perspectives on Psychology (A broad overview of many different perspectives in modern Psychology, and a history of Psychology key thinkers that have contributed to our modern understanding)
Abnormal and Forensic Psychology
I have a very flexible approach to teaching that will always be led by the needs of the particular student.
I can take an unstructured approach where the student can ask me questions about concepts/themes/ideas that they are unsure about, and we can explore these collaboratively in more detail in order to cement understanding.
However, I can also take a more traditional approach of structured lessons with activities guided by a particular syllabus, or varying degrees of the two approaches.
I would discuss this with the tutee (and parents if appropriate) to find the most effective approach for that student.
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