I started my journey within the applied sciences, studying human nutrition. I soon discovered my passion for the social sciences, especially psychology and criminology. I am a passionate social researcher, who has experience supporting students to get the best out of their assignments.
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I am a passionate researcher who loves science. I am currently at the University of Huddersfield doing a PhD in psychology focusing on Self-Selection Policing.
I have a strong foundation in applied sciences within the area of human nutrition. This includes and is not limited to cleaning data for SSP, introduction to human nutrition and sports nutrition.
However, I am currently working within the social sciences with a strong foundation in criminology, policing, developmental psychology and cognitive psychology.
I am also neurodiverse and I really enjoy helping students who suffer from neurodiversity such as dyslexia to succeed.
2021-2022 I have experience in marking students work for level four criminology and level four, five and six policing modules. Part of marking work for students includes tutoring students who have failed assignments. I have conducted 1-2-1 online meetings with students to go over their assignments. We discuss where they went wrong, what they did right and how we can get them across the finishing line.
Really helpful. I have an essay plan and guidance to focus my reading.
PhD Psychology 2021 ongoing
University of Huddersfield
Dissertation Title (working title): “Self-Selection Policing, examining the type and frequency of trigger crimes committed by prolific offenders - A Multi-Methods approach”
MSc Psychology (Conversion) Merit 2021
University of Greenwich, London, UK
Dissertation Title: “A qualitative exploration of attitudes towards imprisonment following the lived experience of lockdown”
BSc Human Nutrition First Class Honours 2019
St Mary’s University, Twickenham, UK
Dissertation Title: “Is there a relationship between dichotomous thinking and weight gain”