Research Output per year
My interests lie in human behaviour and evolution, with a specific interest in the evolution of the behavioural immune system, religious behaviour, mating psychology, and parent-offspring conflict.
I completed my BSc (Hons) in Psychology with Open University and my MSc in Evolutionary Psychology with Brunel University London, and I recently completed and submitted my PhD thesis with the University of Stirling (waiting to sit the Viva).
I've been teaching at the University of Northampton for the past teaching year (2018/19). Currently, I am the module coordinator and main lecturer for The Human Animal module and the module coordinator and one of the main lecturers for the Introduction to Psychology module. I also lecture and tutor on several other modules and supervise third year dissertation students. I will be joining the Ethics panel for the 2019/20 academic year.
Master, Brunel University
2013 → 2014
Bachelor, The Open University
2010 → 2012
University of Stirling
2015 → 2019
Teaching Assistant, University of StirlingMay 2015 → Oct 2018
Research Assistant, University of StirlingJan 2015 → May 2015
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article