Current Students

I welcome applications from first-rate graduate students wishing to pursue postgraduate research degrees in any area of applied memory and cognition.

If you would like to work in my lab as a volunteer research assistant, please contact me.

Inchara Athreya – Enhancing academic misconduct investigations in higher education settings. In collaboration with Dr Ailsa Crum, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, UK. Secondary advisor Dr Gemma Gray, University of Warwick. Social Science Research/PhD student – ESRC scholar (Starting Sept 2024)

Lily Erner – Suggestibility and false memory formation in psychopathology. Secondary advisors Dr Rob Nash, Aston University & Assoc Prof Laura Jobson, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. MA Social Science Research student/PhD student – ESRC scholar (Sept 2023 – present)

Aleena Mahmood – How credible is credibility evidence in refugee status determinations? In collaboration with Cindy Carroll, Deputy Chair, International Protection Appeals Tribunal, Dublin, Ireland. Secondary advisor Prof Jackie Hodgson, Warwick Law School, Warwick University. PhD student – ESRC scholar (Sept 2023 – present)

Aura Bamber Mackintosh – Are detainees in Scotland getting a fair trial? (second supervisor) In collaboration with Stephanie Needleman, Acting Legal Director, JUSTICE, Scotland. Primary supervisor Prof Jackie Hodgson, Warwick Law School. PhD student, ESRC scholar (Sept 2023 – present)

Andreea Alexandra Bulbuc – The interplay of autobiographical memory distortions and interpersonal deception in shaping the narrative self. Co-supervisor with Prof Laura Visu-Petra, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. PhD student, EUTOPIA scholar (Sept 2021 – present)

Prerika Sharma – PTSD and suggestion-induced memory distortions (second supervisor) Primary supervisor Assoc Prof Laura Jobson, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. PhD student, Funded by Research Training Programme (Jan 2021 – present)