Dr Zoe Danielle Hughes

Zoe is a lecturer in the School and teaches across a range of subjects for our BSc and MSc Psychology routes. With a particular interest in cognitive psychology, Zoe's research centres around attentional control and creative cognition, with a particular focus on assessing facilitative effects of interventions like mindfulness. Zoe's research has led to international collaborative projects assessing effective tools to enhance individuals' trust in science and working on grant-funded projects forming theoretical evidence of the cognitive control of auditory distraction. Zoe supervises undergraduate and postgraduate projects on a variety of areas in Psychology, and supervises undergraduate and graduate level internship projects.