I have a First class honours degree in Psychology (GBC accredited). Previously, I have conducted research on cognition and drink driving at Leeds University. I have also had experience as a Research Assistant at the University of Bradford working on a project which focussed on the effect of e-portfolios on reflection and metacognition. I have been employed as a psychology learning support officer at the University of Bradford since September 2008. I am thoroughly enjoying my post as it involves supporting undergraduate (BSc) and post-graduate (MSc) students in lab based teaching sessions, help sessions and office hours. I also provide technical assistance for both staff and students.
Quantitative Research Methods and Data Analysis lab classes (Stage 2)
Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology lab classes (Stage 1)
Methodological Issues and Qualitative research (Stage 2)
Social Psychology (Stage 2)
Becoming a Person 1 (Stage 1)
Cognitive Psychology (Stage 2)
Thinking Psychologically at Bradford (Stage 1)
Research Methods in Psychology (MSc)
Other support includes:
Drop-in support sessions for statistics, SPSS, and report writing help (Stages 1 and 2)
Drop-in support sessions for online portfolios and general e-learning issues (Stages 1 and 2)
Drop-in support sessions for 3rd year project students (Creating experiments and analysis support) (Stage 3)
Outreach support (AS level taster days, ACCESS visits, Applicant Visitor Days)
Maintenance of psychology laboratories and equipment.
Lab and equipment booking.
Video and audio editing.
Maintenance of Psychophysiological recording software and equipment (Biopac).
Experiment generation (E-Prime v.2.x).
Creating and maintaining the Division of Psychology website Maintenance of the Psychometrics database.
Software support (SPSS 24, MSOFFICE 10, NVIVO 10).
The running and management of the Research Participation System
Maintaining the Division of Psychology alumni social networking site.
Maintenance of the psychology laboratory PC cluster and psychology teaching PC cluster (E84)