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Laura Campbell

Graduate Teaching Assistant
School of Psychology and Computer Science
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Laura completed her B.Sc. (Hons) Psychology at UCLan in 2017 and returned to the University in March 2019 as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Laura is a graduate member of the Experimental Psychology Society and the British Psychological Association.

Laura is currently teaching within the department as a GTA, providing support on a range of modules across the range of courses available within the School of Psychology and Computer Science . Laura is also involved in outreach activities that take place within the department and with our partner institutes. Alongside her teaching responsibilities, Laura is also completing her Ph.D. which focuses on auditory distraction during reading.

Upon graduating from UCLan in 2017 with a first class B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology, Laura was awarded the Hugh Wagner Memorial Prize for The Best Undergraduate Project within the School of Psychology and Computer Science , the School Award for Best Research Project by a student on the course, as well as the School Award for the Best Overall Performance. Prior to joining the School of Psychology and Computer Science , Laura worked in several external admin roles before returning to UCLan in 2018 to work as an assistant on the Future U project whilst continuing to volunteer within the School of Psychology and Computer Science .

  • B.Sc. (Hons) Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 2017
  • Hugh Wagner Memorial Prize for The Best Undergraduate Project within the School of Psychology and Computer Science , 2017 (UCLan)
  • School Award for Best Research Project by a student on the course, 2017 (UCLan)
  • School Award for the Best Overall Performance, 2017 (UCLan)
  • Auditory Distraction
  • Coregistration
  • Eye Movements
  • Eye Tracking
  • Reading
  • Experimental Psychology Society (Graduate Member)
  • British Psychological Association (Graduate Member)