Jacqui Taylor

Dr Jacqui Taylor

  • 01202 965313
  • jtaylor at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Associate Professor
  • Poole House P113, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Biography

Following a BSc(Hons) Psychology and MSc Information Systems, I completed a PhD on the Social Psychology of Online Communication at Portsmouth University. Since then, I have taught at BU where I have been responsible for units on Experimental Design, Research Methods, Social Psychology, Group Processes and CSCW. My research continues to investigate the impact of the Internet on interaction and I draw on this in teaching my final year unit on CyberPsychology.

I have researched the psychological impacts of the internet across different sectors of society, for example: older adults use of social networking to support social and health needs, the negative impacts of children’s use of social networks and online games and the impact of over use of videogames on adolescents. My research naturally lends itself to public engagement. For example, I presented the results of a survey on the ways that children are using technology at a workshop for school teachers, parents and professionals and I’m frequently asked by the media to discuss my work...

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Favourites

  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2015. Introducing a compendium of psychological literacy case studies: Reflections on psychological literacy in practice. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2), 25-34.
  • Salvagno, M., Taylor, J., Bobeva and Hutchings, 2015. Ubiquitous Connectivity and Students’ Well-being: a Situational Analysis in a UK University. Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, 8 (3), 1-17.
  • Hart Clarida, B., Bobeva, M., Hutchings, M. and Taylor, J., 2015. Strategies for Digital Inclusion: Towards a Pedagogy for Embracing and Sustaining Student Diversity and Engagement with Online Learning. IAFOR Journal of Education, 3 (2).
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2015. Psychological Literacy: A Compendium of Practice. Unpublished.
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2018. An Overview of Psychological Literacy in Practice from the UK. In: Rich, G.J., Lopez, L.A.P., de Souza, L.K., Zinkiewicz, L. and Jaafar, J.L.S.B., eds. Teaching Psychology around the World (Volume 4). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 362-379.
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2017. Case studies to illustrate psychological literacy in action: Sharing acitivities to develop psychological literacy across the curriculum. In: Zumbach, J., ed. European Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference (EuroPLAT) 18-20 September 2017 Salzburg, Austria. 100-101.
  • Taylor, J., McAlaney, J., Hodge, S., Thackray, H., Richardson, C., James, S. and Dale, J., 2017. Teaching psychological principles to cybersecurity students. 1782-1789.
  • Taylor, J., Salvagno, M., Hutchings,, M., Bobeva, M., Morris, R. and Cole-Etti, L., 2017. Evaluating and measuring how new technologies and ubiquitous connectivity affect university students’ day‐to‐day life, their learning and consequent psychosocial well‐being. In: BPS Annual Conference 2017 3-5 May 2017 Brighton. Leicester: BPS, 19-20.
  • Taylor, J., 2015. Trial by Social Media: how do you find the jury, guilty or not guilty? In: Social Networking in Cyberspace 3-4 September 2015 University of Wolverhampton.
  • McAlaney, Taylor, J. and Faily, S., 2015. The Social Psychology of Cybersecurity. In: 1st International Conference on Cyber Security for Sustainable Society 26-27 February 2015 Coventry, UK.

Journal Articles

Books

Chapters

  • Hodge, S., McAlaney, J., Gatzidis, C., Anderson, E.F., Melacca, D. and Taylor, J., 2018. Applying Psychological Theory to in-game moral behaviors through the development of a purpose-made game. In: Bowman, N.D., ed. Video Games: A Medium That Demands Our Attention. New York and London: Routledge, 108-125.
  • McAlaney, J., Benson, V. and Frumkin, L.A., 2018. Preface. xvii-xxiii.
  • Taylor, J., Thackray, H., Hodge, S.E. and McAlaney, J., 2018. Introducing psychological concepts and methods to cybersecurity students. Psychological and Behavioral Examinations in Cyber Security. 98-108.
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2018. An Overview of Psychological Literacy in Practice from the UK. In: Rich, G.J., Lopez, L.A.P., de Souza, L.K., Zinkiewicz, L. and Jaafar, J.L.S.B., eds. Teaching Psychology around the World (Volume 4). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 362-379.
  • Taylor, J., 2011. Using Theoretical Frameworks from the Social Sciences to Understand and Explain Behaviour in Social Computing. In: Papadopoulou, P., Kanellis, P. and Martakos, D., eds. Social Computing Theory and Practice: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Hershey, New York: IGI Global, 36-53.
  • Brown, E., Taylor, J. et al., 2010. Reflecting back, looking forward: the challenges for location-based learning. In: Brown, E. and Sharples, M., eds. Education in the wild: contextual and location-based mobile learning in action. A report from the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous workshop series. University of Nottingham, England: Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI), 62-63.
  • Taylor, J., 2010. Psychological and contextual issues in technology-enhanced learning: individual differences and the student emotional experience. In: Brown, E., ed. Education in the Wild: Contextual and Location-based Mobile Learning in Action: A Report from the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous Workshop Series. Nottingham: Learning Sciences Research Institute, 37-40.
  • Brown, E., Taylor, J. et al., 2010. Reflecting back, looking forward: the challenges for location-based learning. In: Brown, E., ed. Education in the wild: contextual and location-based mobile learning in action. Nottingham, England: Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI), 52-53.
  • Taylor, J., 2009. A content analysis of interviews with players of massively multiplayer online role-play games (MMORPGs). In: Ozok, A.A. and Zaphiris, P., eds. Online Communities and Social Computing. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 613-621.
  • Diaper, D., Taylor, J. and Hadaway, L., 2002. Do-it-yourself electronic lectures in Microsoft Powerpoint. In: Jin, Q., Li, J., Zhang, N., Cheng, J., Yo, C. and Noguchi, S., eds. Enabling society with information technology. London: Springer, 276-283.
  • Taylor, J., 2002. A review of the use of asynchronous e-seminars in undergraduate education. In: Hazemi, R. and Hailes, S., eds. The digital university: Building a learning community. London: Springer, 125-138.
  • Taylor, J., 2001. Approaches to studying and the perception of e-seminar discussions. Proceedings of the 6th International Learning Styles Conference (ELSIN). Wales: University of Glamorgan, 347-359.

Conferences

  • Taylor, J., Pulman, A. and Tickle, O., 2018. Exploring attitudes to ‘catfish’ impersonating and feigning illness online. In: International Conference on Social Media and Society 18-20 July 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Taylor, J., 2018. Individual psychological differences and susceptibility to fake news. In: International Conference on Social Media and Society 18-20 July 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Taylor, J., Hulme, J. and Kitching, H., 2018. Sharing Activities from Pre-tertiary and Higher Education to Promote Psychological Literacy in Psychology Students. In: European Federation of Psychology Teachers' Associations (EFPTA) Conference 12-14 April 2018 Reykjavik, Iceland.
  • Skinner, T., Taylor, J., Dale, J. and McAlaney, J., 2018. The Development of Intervention E-Learning Materials and Implementation Techniques For Cyber-Security Behaviour Change. In: Masthoff, J., Collinson, M. and Vargheese, J.P., eds. Convention of the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB): Symposium on Digital Behaviour Intervention 4-6 April 2018 Liverpool. Liverpool: AISB, 29-34.
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2017. Case studies to illustrate psychological literacy in action: Sharing acitivities to develop psychological literacy across the curriculum. In: Zumbach, J., ed. European Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference (EuroPLAT) 18-20 September 2017 Salzburg, Austria. 100-101.
  • Taylor, J., McAlaney, J., Hodge, S., Thackray, H., Richardson, C., James, S. and Dale, J., 2017. Teaching psychological principles to cybersecurity students. 1782-1789.
  • Hodge, S., Taylor, J. and McAlaney, J., 2017. Restricted Content: Ethical Issues with Researching Minors’ Video Game Habits. In: CHI 6-11 May 2017 Denver.
  • Hodge, S., Taylor, J. and McAlaney, J., 2017. Moral development and video game play. In: BPS Annual Conference 2017 3-5 May 2017 Brighton. Leicester: BPS, 48-49.
  • Taylor, J., Salvagno, M., Hutchings,, M., Bobeva, M., Morris, R. and Cole-Etti, L., 2017. Evaluating and measuring how new technologies and ubiquitous connectivity affect university students’ day‐to‐day life, their learning and consequent psychosocial well‐being. In: BPS Annual Conference 2017 3-5 May 2017 Brighton. Leicester: BPS, 19-20.
  • Taylor, J., Ollis, G., McAlaney, J., Hodge, S. and Thackray, H., 2017. Observations and reflections on teaching psychological principles and methods to cybersecurity students. In: National Conference for Learning and Teaching in Cyber Security 2017 5-6 April 2017 Liverpool John Moores University. York: HEA.
  • Thackray, H., Richardson, C., Dogan, H., Taylor, J. and McAlaney, J., 2017. Surveying the hackers: The challenges of data collection from a secluded community. 745-748.
  • Algashami, A., Shahri, A., McAlaney, J., Taylor, J., Phalp, K. and Ali, R., 2017. Strategies and Design Principles to Minimize Negative Side-effects of Digital Motivation on Teamwork. In: The 12th International Conference on Persuasive Technology. PERSUASIVE 2017 (PT-17) 3-6 April 2017 Amsterdam, The Netherlands..
  • Taylor, J., 2016. Keynote Speech: Psychological literacy for employability. In: BPS Wessex Branch Student Careers Conference 19 November 2016 Southampton Solent University.
  • Shahri, A., Hosseini, M., Phalp, K., Taylor, J. and Ali, R., 2016. Exploring and Conceptualising Software-based Motivation within Enterprise. In: In the 9th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling (PoEM'16) 8-10 November 2016 Skövde, Sweden.
  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2016. Psychological Literacy in Action: sharing activities from the UK to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum. In: International Congress of Psychology 24-27 July 2016 Yokohama, Japan.
  • Shahri, A., Hosseini, M., Almaliki, M., Phalp, K., Taylor, J. and Ali, R., 2016. Engineering Software-based Motivation: a Persona-based Approach. In: IEEE Tenth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2016) 1-3 June 2016 Grenoble, France.
  • Thackray, H., McAlaney, J., Dogan, H., Taylor, J. and Richardson, C., 2016. Social psychology: An under-used tool in cybersecurity.
  • Hodge, S., Taylor, J., McAlaney, J. and Gatzidis, C., 2016. Design of a videogame to explore morality.
  • Taylor, J., 2015. Trial by Social Media: how do you find the jury, guilty or not guilty? In: Social Networking in Cyberspace 3-4 September 2015 University of Wolverhampton.
  • Buchan, A., Taylor, J. and MacAlaney, J., 2015. An Exploration of Factors Affecting Group Cohesion and Team Play in Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas (MOBAs). In: Social Networking in Cyberspace 3-4 September 2015 University of Wolverhampton.
  • Salvagno, M., Taylor, J., Bobeva, M. and Hutchings, M., 2015. The Highs and Lows of Ubiquitous Connectivity: Investigating University Students' Experiences and Connections with Well-being. In: 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies 6-8 July 2015 Barcelona. 919-927.
  • McAlaney, Taylor, J. and Faily, S., 2015. The Social Psychology of Cybersecurity. In: 1st International Conference on Cyber Security for Sustainable Society 26-27 February 2015 Coventry, UK.
  • Almakky, H., Sahandi, R. and Taylor, J., 2015. The Effect of Culture on User Interface Design of Social Media: A case study on preferences of Saudi Arabian on the Arabic user interface of Facebook. In: The XIII International Conference on Social Media and Cloud Computing (ICSMCC 2015) 13-14 January 2015 Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Taylor, J., 2015. Psychological Literacy: A Practical Approach. In: 37th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology 3-6 January 2015 St Petersburg, FLA, USA.
  • Hosseini, M., Shahri, A., Phalp, K., Taylor, J., Ali, R. and Dalpiaz, F., 2015. Configuring Crowdsourcing for Requirements Elicitation. In: The IEEE Ninth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS’15) 13-15 May 2015 Athens, Greece.
  • Shahri, A., Hosseini, M., Phalp, K., Taylor, J. and Ali, R., 2014. Towards a Code of Ethics for Gamification at Enterprise. In: The 7th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM 2014) 12-13 November 2014 Manchester, UK..
  • salvagno, M., taylor, J., hutchings, M. and bobeva, M., 2014. The highs and lows of ubiquitous mobile connectivity: investigating students' well-being. In: e-learning and innovative pedagogies 3-4 October 2014 Portland, Oregon, United States of America.
  • Hart Clarida, B., Bobeva, M., Hutchings, M. and Taylor, J., 2014. Strategies for Digital Inclusion: Towards a Pedagogy for Embracing and Sustaining Student Diversity and Engagement with Online Learning. In: 2nd European Conference on Education 9 July 2015-13 July 2014 Brighton. 91-108.
  • Alford, P., Duan, Y. and taylor, J., 2014. An analysis of the key factors affecting the success of a re-Launched Destination Marketing Website in the UK. In: Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 21-24 January 2014 Dublin, Ireland. Springer, 637-649.
  • Hosseini, M., Phalp, K., Taylor, J. and Ali, R., 2014. The Four Pillars of Crowdsourcing: A Reference Model. In: The IEEE Eighth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2014). 28-30 May 2014 Marrakesh, Morocco.
  • Hosseini, M., Phalp, K., Taylor, J. and Ali, R., 2014. Towards Crowdsourcing for Requirements Engineering. In: The 20th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ 2014) - Empirical Track 7-10 April 2014 Essen, Germany.
  • Taylor, J., 2013. An investigation of morality for gamer and non gamers in real life and video game contexts. In: 1st Annual Cyberpsychology Conference 19 September 2013 DeMontfort University, UK.
  • Taylor, J., 2013. An investigation of gender and sex-role in gaming motivations and preferences using a focus groups of gamers and professional video game designers. In: 1st Annual Cyberpsychology Conference 19 September 2013 DeMontfort University, UK..
  • Taylor, J. and Playfoot, D., 2013. Acronyms and Social Media Use. In: 1st Annual Cyberpsychology Conference 19 September 2013 DeMontfort University, UK..
  • Pulman, A., Taylor, J., Galvin, K. and Masding, M., 2012. Designing Mobile Applications to support type 1 diabetes education. In: specht, M., sharples, M. and multisilta, J., eds. mLearn 2012 15-18 October 2012 Helsinki, Finland. Helsinki: CELSTEC & CICERO Learning, 54-61.
  • Taylor, J., 2012. Using Psychology to help Educators Understand the Role of Social Media in the Social and Academic Lives of Students. In: EuroPLAT 28-30 June 2012 Vilnius, Lithuania. York: Europlat Academic Network.
  • Taylor, J., 2012. The assessment of critical evaluation, leadership and reflection skills through participation in online discussions. In: 1st Annual Conference on the Aiming for Excellence in STEM Learning and Teaching 12-13 April 2012 Imperial College, London. York: HEA.
  • Taylor, J., 2011. How social media is changing students and the way they learn ...and what psychology academics can do about it! In: International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology 29-31 July 2011 Vancouver, Canada.
  • Taylor, J. and Mair, C., 2011. Shared online critical reflection and discussion (SOCRAD): analysis of qualitative data. In: eLearning 2.0 Conference 6-7 July 2011 London, England. Brunel: Brunel University Business School.
  • Taylor, J., 2011. How technology and the internet are changing students and the way they learn ...and what psychology lecturers can do about it! In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011 4-6 May 2011 Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Mair, C. and Taylor, J., 2011. Critical reflection and discussion faciltitated by a virtual learning environment across two universities. In: Gómez Chova, L. and Candel Torres, I., eds. International Technology, Education and Development Conference 7-9 March 2011 Valencia. IATED, 302-310.
  • Taylor, J., 2009. A Content Analysis of Interviews with Players of Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Play Games (MMORPGs): Motivating Factors and the Impact on Relationships. In: Ozok, A.A., ed. HCI International 2009 19-24 July 2009 Town and Country Resort & Convention Center, San Diego, CA, USA. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 613-621.
  • Taylor, J. and House, B., 2009. The Role of Self-Confidence and Identity in Widening Participation Students at Different Stages of the Student Life-Cycle. In: British Psychological Society Annual Psychology Conference 1-3 April 2009 Brighton, England. Leicester: BPS.
  • Taylor, J. and Sander, P., 2009. Symposium: Widening Participation in Psychology: A Reflection on Current Research and Practice. In: British Psychological Society Annual Psychology Conference 1-3 April 2009 Brighton, England. Leicester: BPS.
  • Frackiewicz, U., Taylor, J. and House, B., 2008. An investigation into the role of traditional and computer-based social networking on the psychological identity and well-being of older adults. In: HCI 2008: Culture, Creativity, Interaction 1-5 September 2008 Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, England.
  • Taylor, J., Pereira, C. and Jones, M., 2008. The Relationship Between Preferred Modal Learning Style and Patterns of Use and Completion of an Online Project Management Training Programme. In: elsin 2008. 13th European Learning Styles International Network Conference: Proceedings 23-25 June 2008 Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, Belgium. ELSIN, 401-408.
  • Taylor, J. and Mair, C., 2008. Qualitative Methods for Classifying and Detecting Online Identity Deception. In: CHI 2008: Symposium on Secrets, Lies and Computer Mediated Communication 5-10 April 2008 Florence, Italy.
  • Fee, G., Newland, B. and Taylor, J., 2008. Bridging the Gap: Peer Learning and Technological Advances. In: 5th International Conference on Supplemental Instruction 28-30 May 2008 Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Taylor, J., 2005. The internet: a world-wide social science laboratory? In: Social Science Week (organised by ESRC): Social Sciences Online: Past, Present and Future 20-24 June 2005 University of Bristol.
  • Taylor, J., 2004. An examination of the use of BPS ethical guidelines in the teaching and learning of internet-mediated psychological research. In: PLAT (Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference) 2004 5-7 April 2004 Glasgow.
  • Terry, K. and Taylor, J., 2003. The application of psycholinguistic principles to website design. In: CHINZ03 3-4 July 2003 University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Palmerston North, N.Z.: Chapter of ACM SIGCHI New Zealand, 45-51.
  • Taylor, J. and House, B., 2003. A survey of computer use and communication in the homes of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students. In: Home Oriented Informatics and Telematics (HOIT) Conference 6-8 April 2003 Los Angeles.
  • Taylor, J., 2000. The investigation of social-psychological processes in cyberspace: a meta-analysis. In: BPS London Conference 19-20 December 2000 Institute of Education, London. BPS.
  • Taylor, J., 1997. Using online seminars to demonstrate the social psychological impacts of computer-mediated communication systems. 80-84.
  • Taylor, J. and Mair, C.. Shared reflections and online discussion between psychology students to develop reflective practice and enhance meta-cognitive awareness. In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference 18-20 April 2012 London. British Psychological Society.
  • Taylor, J., Pulman, A., Galvin, K. and Masding, M.. Designing mobile applications to support type 1 diabetes education. In: M-learn 2012 16-18 October 2012 Helsinki, Finland.

Scholarly Editions

Posters

  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2017. Case Studies to Illustrate Psychological Literacy in Action: sharing activities to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum. In: ICPS2017: Vienna, Austria.
  • Taylor, J., 2015. The Evaluation and Assessment of Online Skills Through Online Group Discussion. In: 37th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, St Petersburg, USA.
  • Taylor, J., 2012. ASSESSMENT OF REFLECTION, CRITICAL EVALUATION AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS THROUGH STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN ONLINE DISCUSSIONS. In: EuroPLAT.
  • Taylor, J. and Mair, C., 2012. An evaluation of the effectiveness of shared online reflection between students to develop reflective practice. In: Fusion Conference: Sharing Education Excellence.

Others

  • Taylor, J. and Hulme, J., 2016. Psychological Literacy in Action: sharing activities from the UK to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum. Wiley-Blackwell. Published.

PhD Students

  • Andy Pulman, 2016. How Young People With Type 1 Diabetes Engage With Technology To Influence Quality Of Life
  • Melanie Coles. Programming, Professionalism and Pedagogy.
  • Mahmood Hosseini. Social Adaptation: When Software Gives Users a Voice
  • Sarah Hodge. Morality and videogames
  • Phil Wilkinson. Can digital games be developed for the social and emotional learning of children?
  • Gail Ollis
  • Michele Salvagno. The highs and lows of ubiquitous mobile connectivity: towards a model for pedagogical delivery that supports the well-being of learners
  • Baylie Hart Clarida. Strategies for digital inclusion: towards a pedagogy for embracing and sustaining student diversity and engagement with online learning
  • Alimohammad Shahri. Engineering Motivation as a Supplementary Requirement in Socio-technical Systems
  • Helen Thackeray

Grants

  • Cybersecurity online training evaluation (Technology Strategy Board, 01 Oct 2018). Awarded
  • Sharing Activities from Pre-tertiary and Higher Education to Promote Psychological Literacy in Psychology Students (British Psychological Society International Conference Symposium Scheme, 12 Apr 2018). Awarded
  • A comparison of psychological literacy across disciplines and educational levels (Centre for Excellence in Learning, 03 Jan 2017). Awarded
  • A European Network for Psychology Teachers to Develop and Disseminate Psychological Literacy Resources. (EuroPLAT, 26 Apr 2016). Awarded
  • Negotiating ubiquitous connectivity for digital inclusion (Bournemouth University, 01 Feb 2016). Completed
  • An exploration of how the use of support mechanisms relate to retention and success for Widening Participation students at BU. (Centre Excellence in Learning (CEL), 09 Jun 2014). Awarded
  • Commission to produce a Psychological Literacy Compendium. (HEA, 01 Apr 2014). Awarded
  • Social Adaptation: When Software Gives Users a Voice (EC FP7, Marie Curie CIG, 16 Oct 2013). Awarded

External Responsibilities

Internal Responsibilities

  • Global Champion for Psychology Dept, Global departmental champions group (SciTech Faculty)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • A workshop to discuss the extent that we are addicted to digital technology

Conference Presentations

  • Realigning Cyber Security Education, Incorporating Psychology into Cyber Security Education: Key Areas and Pedagogical Approaches, 27 Nov 2017, Canberra
  • Symposium on Cyber Security, Motivations, group processes and decision making of hackers and hacktivists, 14 Nov 2017, Manchester
  • The International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Psychological Literacy in Action: sharing activities from the UK to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum, 24 Jul 2016, Yokohama, Japan
  • International Congress of Psychology, Psychological Literacy in Action: sharing activities from the UK to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum, 24 Jul 2016, Yokohama, Japan
  • EFPTA Conference, Taylor, J. & Hulme, J. 2016. Psychological Literacy in Action - sharing activities to develop Psychological Literacy across the curriculum, 07 Apr 2016, Prague, Czech Republic
  • First International Conference on Cyber Security for Sustainable Society 2015, The Social Psychology of Cybersecurity, 26 Feb 2015, Coventry

Consultancy Activities

  • Military training in 'Social Media, Trust and Influence', Delivered lectures on a NATO StratCom CoE Training Course. IOTA Global

Qualifications

  • PhD in Applied Psychology (University of Portsmouth, 1995)
  • MSc in Information Systems (University of Portsmouth, 1989)
  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology (City of London Polytechnic (now Guildhall University), 1986)

Memberships

  • BPS Division for Academics, Researchers & Teachers in Psychology, Chair (2008-2011),
  • BPS Divisional Publication 'Psychology Teaching Review', Editor (2011-2014),
  • BPS Wessex Branch, Honorary Treasurer (2001-2006),
  • BPS Wessex Branch, Honarary Secretary (1998-2001),
  • British Psychological Society, Associate Fellow (1992-), http://www.bps.org.uk/
  • The Higher Education Academy, Fellow (2007-), http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/

Networks

  • EuroPLAT = European Network of Psychology Academics

External Media and Press

The data on this page was last updated at 04:09 on November 15, 2018.