I am the BSc Psychology Director of Studies and Tutor. I have overall responsibility for the academic and pastoral care of the students through all three years of the programme and also convene and teach the Introductory and Core modules in statistics. My pedagogic research is concerned with the development of novel methods to assess students and improve their understanding of assessment literacy and feedback, and more generally with the enhancement of the undergraduate student experience. This academic year, I am on secondment to the UCL Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning where I will be the academic lead for a new university-wide initiative called ‘Connected Curriculum’ which has the aim of ensuring that all UCL students are able to participate in research at all levels of their programme of study, in line with the UCL 2034 strategy.
- The audience has a role to play too! Reappraising patterns of first-year undergraduate research involvement in five ‘Meet the Researcher’ activities at a UK research-intensive university. Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research
- Preferences for scarce medical resource allocation: Differences between experts and the general public and implications for the COVID-19 pandemic. Br J Health Psychol, e12439-e12439 DOI: 10.1111/bjhp.12439
- A Cross-Cultural Investigation of the Lifestyle Factors Affecting Laypeople’s Allocation of a Scarce Medical Resource Health, 12 (02), 141-157 DOI: 10.4236/health.2020.122013
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