PhD in Clinical Psychology (University of Liverpool) Menstrual attitudes and distress: A multi-dimensional approach to cross-cultural research
MSc in Evolutionary Psychology (University of Liverpool) Dissertation: An analysis of the association between food aversion and lutenising hormone, oestrogen and progesterone: The biological mechanism behind pregnancy sickness?
BA in Psychology (Concordia College, Moorhead, MN USA)
Chartered Psychologist - British Psychological Society
Angela is currently teaching health psychology topics on courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is also module leader for the MSc Public Health Research Methods and Evaluation in Public Health module and the BSc Public Health Understanding Epidemiology in Public Health module. Angela teaches a selection of quantitative and research methods on the modules listed above as well as various other research and epidemiology modules.
Angela is interested in supervising students with research interests in a broad range of public health, wellbeing and health psychology-related topics. Particularly, she is interested in:
- Gender, culture and health
- Quantitative or mixed methods designs