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Research interests

My main interests are in forensic psychology, specifically investigative interviewing and the detection of deception. More recently however I have been involved in work in some very different areas.  I have been looking at the impacts of exposure to nature on well-being and attention restoration and how this can be encouraged.  Additionally because of the work I am doing on "live brief" and applied assessments as part of the MSc Psychology, I am interested in exploring and evaluating student experiences of completing such assessments.  

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, PhD, Factors affecting accuracy of experts and laypeople in detecting deception, University of Manchester

Award Date: 12 Dec 2001

Psychology, BA (Hons), University of Manchester

Award Date: 30 Jun 1995


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