Alice is a Student Coach within the School and provides one on one support for students as well as facilitating regular workshops and social events for students at all levels of study. In her role as graduate teaching assistant, Alice contributes to the teaching across a wide variety of undergraduate Psychology modules within the School.
Alice is currently completing her PhD which focuses on a childhood loneliness and includes a variety of methodologies including meta-analysis and trajectory analysis.
Alice has published papers within the field of youth loneliness including examining the relationship between loneliness and self-reported health in adolescence. Alice also had experience as a research assistant for the international BBC Loneliness Experiment study.
- PhD, Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 2016
- MSc, Psychology of Child Development, University of Central Lancashire, 2013
- BSc (Hons), Psychology, Durham University, 2010
- Dean’s Award of Excellence for Best Overall Finalist, University of Central Lancashire, 2015
- Youth Loneliness
- Quantitative Methods
- Social Emotional
- Childhood and Adolescence
- Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy
- Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society