PhD in Experimental Psychology, I have taught young adults for 7 years and tutored in 1-to-1 for 4 years.
My main interests are in cognition, and research methods and statistics. I have taught in many different settings and also participated to outreaching activities, providing me with a wide scope of teaching methods and the flexibility needed to teach a range of students with different levels and backgrounds.
Specifically, I have been teaching research methods and statistics extensively, mostly through SPSS. I also have been marking research/lab reports and essays, and have supervised successfully 17 project students over the last 2 years. This experience will allow me to support you with your project of any kind (e.g., dissertation). P
lease note however that I have very little experience in qualitative research and typically cannot help with such projects.
Should you be a student in my own institution (a London university), I will not be able either to take your offer, due to conflicts of interest (please mention your university when messaging me).
Availability: Evenings and weekends
Willing to travel: 5 miles
Graduate teaching assistant in Psychology at University of Birmingham (2008-2011)
Part-time lecturer in Psychology at Coventry and Kingston Universities (2011-13)
Instructor in Psychology at University of Birmingham (2012-13)
Currently Lecturer in Occupational Psychology in a London University (Business School 2013-present)