Staff

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  • Dr Jack Rogers

    Lecturer in Psychology, Level 5 Year Tutor BSc Psychology with Criminology/Sociology

    Dr Rogers currently conducts research investigating the behavioural and neural substrates associated with the development and prognosis of antisocial behaviour in children and adolescents (with the University of Birmingham).

  • Paraic Scanlon

    Senior Lecturer in Development Psychology, Course Director Foundation in Psychology

    Dr Paraic Scanlon completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Following this he worked in a centre for special education with children on the Autistic Spectrum before returning to NUI Maynooth for his PhD research.

  • Dr Rebecca Semmens-Wheeler

    Lecturer in Psychology, Course Director MSc Psychology

    Rebecca Semmens-Wheeler completed her PhD in 2012 at the University of Sussex, on “The Contrasting Role of Higher Order Awareness in Hypnosis and Meditation". She is currently working on research projects in creativity and meditation, and on attitudes towards Brexit.

  • Amy-Louise Simkiss

    Psychology Technician

    Amy-Louise Simkiss graduated in Psychology and Master of Applied Research from Staffordshire University.  She is  still very early on in  her  career within Psychology , having previously  worked for other institutions such as University of Leeds and Staffordshire University on research projects, within a mentoring...

  • Dr James Thompson

    Admissions Tutor, Lecturer in Psychology

    Dr James Thompson joined Birmingham City University in 2017 as a Lecturer in Psychology. Prior to this he completed his BSc (Hons.) degree at the University of Birmingham, followed by a Masters of Research (MRes) degree and PhD in Psychology at the University of Bath.

  • Rebecca Wheeler

    Lecturer in Psychology

    Becky joined Birmingham City University as a lecturer in Psychology in October 2017. Her research interests lie in human memory, and how social and cognitive factors can influence how much we are able to recall. This has involved investigating factors such as the way that memory is cued, and the way information is presented.

  • Dr Jeffrey Wood

    Lecturer in Psychology, Level 6 Year tutor BSc Psychology

    As a lecturer in Psychology, Dr Jeff Wood is particularly interested in the way people understand language as they read.  Specific interests include conditional language usage, implicit meaning , online processing, research techniques and methods of statistical analysis.

  • Dr Helen Wyler

    Deputy Course Director BSc Psychology with Criminology/Sociology

    Dr Helen Wyler is a Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, based within the Division of Psychology. Her research interests include deception detection, investigative interviewing, and eyewitness testimony.

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