I am a member of the Cognitive and Biological Research Group at Keele University; a group who conducts research into biopsychological and cognitive processes. As part of my involvement in the research group, I train academic and technical support staff in psychobiological research skills, including Galvanic Skin Response and Electrocardiogram data collection and analysis.
I am a member of the British Psychological Society’s Standing Annual Conference Committee; I help organise the flagship conference and am responsible for peer reviewing submitted abstracts, shaping the choice of keynote speakers, and choosing the conference themes. I am also the UK representative on the Society for Affective Science’s Student Council, representing all students studying emotion-related topics across the British Isles.
My research interests include the following: emotion, pragmatics, cross-cultural psychology, and acquired brain injury.