Psychology Staff

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  • Dr Helen Egan

    Reader in Health Psychology

    Helen  gained her PhD in Health Psychology, became a Research Fellow in Mental Health and then worked in the NHS before coming to BCU in 2011.

  • Dr Aaisha Farooqi

    Research Fellow in Psychology

    Dr Aaisha Farooqi  had the unique opportunity of completing an industrial based PhD, sponsored by Network Rail and the University of Nottingham.

  • Dr Richard Fereday

    Lecturer in Psychology

    D r Richard Fereday  was motivated to become an academic as a means of explaining the diversity of human behaviour . To this end, he studied psychology in order to understand the mental processes that underlie overt behaviour .

  • Dr Olga Fotakopoulou

    Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology

    Olga is a developmental psychologist and is interested in human development from birth to adolescence with a special interest in socio-cognitive, emotional and pro-social development. She has worked as a researcher of children’s development since 2004 and as a counsellor in various educational and clinical settings.

  • Dr Silvia Fraga Dominguez

    Lecturer in Forensic Psychology

    Dr  Silvia Fraga Dominguez decided to pursue academia because she wants to conduct research that can have a positive impact and enjoys sharing the most up-to-date research findings with students.

  • Oliver Freestone

    Assistant Lecturer

    I am passionate about researching and teaching in psychology to uncover new knowledge and disseminate this to students. I am particularly interested in cognitive psychology and researching language and memory.

  • Julia Gillies-Wilkes

    Assistant Lecturer

    Julia  Gillies-Wilkes is an accredited psychotherapist working in private practice.

  • Dr Laura Hammond

    Reader in Investigative Psychology, Director - Crime and Society Research Centre

    Dr Laura Hammond  has always been fascinated by crime; why and how people become involved in crime, and how society can effectively tackle crime.

  • Dr Emily Harrison

    Senior Lecturer in Psychology

    Dr Emily Harrison completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology in 2011 and went on to complete a PhD in reading development in early 2015. Her research has largely focused on children’s reading development, more specifically to do with the role of rhythmic awareness in the development of early literacy skills.

  • Dr Angela Hewett

    Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology

    Dr Angela Hewett specialises in health psychology and has a keen interest in gender and health and in health inequalities. Angela has also worked in public health at both Birmingham City University and the University of Liverpool.

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