Senior Lecturer in psychology, Keele University

I am a Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at Keele University, UK, where I am also currently serving as interim Head of School. I primarily teach research methods & statistics, which I have an absolute passion for. I believe a solid grounding in statistics & research design is essential for understanding the world around us, and I never require an excuse to talk for hours about it.

My research interests are centred on three interlinked topics: (1) Cognitive control processes, both at a basic and an applied level; (2) Application & development of computational cognitive models; and (3) Issues surrounding reproducibility and replication in psychological science.


  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in psychology, Keele University


  • 2010 
    Bangor University, PhD
  • 2007 
    Bangor University, MSc (Dist.)
  • 2006 
    Bangor University, BSc (1st class)