Research Fellow, Nottingham Trent University

Role
Harriet is an Independent Research Fellow in Psychology. She currently teaches Statistics on the MSc/PGDip in Psychology (Conversion) course.

Career overview
Harriet took her undergraduate degree in History at the University of Cambridge. Having become interested in Psychology, she completed the MSc Psychology conversion course at NTU, and continued on to study for her PhD.

Research areas
Harriet’s PhD investigated novel face-voice matching. She tested whether people make similar judgments about strangers regardless of whether they see their face or hear their voice, and whether it is possible to match strangers’ faces to their voices.