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Lecturer on the Psychology Teaching Programme
Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA)
Abnormal Psychology, Studying Psychology in HE, Introduction to Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience of Affective Disorders (Final Year Option)
MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, Miniproject in Cognitive Neuroscience
First Year Tutor (Psychology)
Associate Director of the MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience
Lab Manager: Eye-tracking Lab
Module convenor of Abnormal Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience of Affective Disorders(Undergraduate)
Module convenor of Miniproject in Cognitive Neuroscience (Postgraduate)
Member of School of Life & Health Sciences and Psychology Ethics Committees
I am an experimental psychologist and my primary research interest is cognitive processes underpinning psychological disorders (especially depression and eating disorders). The key psychological processes that I am interested in are memory (especially autobiographical memory) and social cognition (especially facial emotion recognition). Other areas of interest include student's use of feedback, the influence of alexithymia on emotion processing and cognitive changes observed in older adults.
Cognitive biases in the recipience of past- and future-oriented feedback with Dr Rob Nash (PI). The Leverhulme Trust, £98,236
Fiona Leahy (2015-2018) with Dr Carol Holland (principal supervisor) Structured autobiographical memory training in older adults (funded by the Abbeyfield Society)
British Psychological Society (BPS) as Chartered Member (CPsychol) and Associate Fellow (AFBPsS)
Experimental Psychology Society (EPS)
Psychobiology Section of the BPS
Committee Member of the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN)
Editorial Board of Frontiersin Psychopathology
International Advisory Board; British Journal of Health Psychology.
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