Thesis title: Recreational Reading Behaviour in Everyday Life
PhD in Informatics: ILCC - Language processing, speech technology, information retrieval and cognition
Year of study: 3
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I am a third-year PhD Student working on an interdisciplinary project between psychology and informatics.
MRes in Psychology, with Distinction (University of Aberdeen)
BSc in Psychology, First-class honours (University of Aberdeen)
Alan Berkeley Milne Prize in Psychology for the Best Thesis of 2018 in University of Aberdeen
Tutor for Psychology 2A and Psychology 2B in 2020-2021
Skills Centre writing tutor from 2020 onwards
Tutor for Informatics: Cognitive Science course in spring 2020
Teaching assistant to co-supervise an MSc student
Writing Tutor for MSc Informatics students in 2021
My PhD research project is an interdisciplinary study of adults’ reading behaviour which incorporates both informatics and psychology. I am passionate about understanding both recreational and academic e-reading habits in the context of everyday life, and my research uses innovative, observational methodologies.