Laura Campbell

Laura Campbell

Graduate Teaching Assistant

School of Psychology

Darwin Building, DB120

+44 (0) 1772 89 6175

Laura currently works as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Psychology, where she is working towards completing her Ph.D. alongside her GTA role.

Laura is a graduate member of the Experimental Psychology Society and the British Psychology Society.

Full Profile

Laura returned to UCLan as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in 2019. Prior to joining the School of Psychology as a staff member, Laura graduated from UCLan in 2017 with a first class B.Sc (hons) in Psychology and was awarded the Hugh Wagner Memorial Prize for The Best Undergraduate Project within the School of Psychology, the School Award for Best Research Project by a student on the course, as well as the School Award for the Best Overall Performance.

Upon graduating, Laura worked in several external 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. She is now working towards completing her Ph.D. whilst working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant after returning to the department in 2019.

View Laura's UCLan case study.


B.Sc (Hons) Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 2017

Research Activities

Laura’s research interests are primarily within the field of cognitive psychology, and her Ph.D. focuses on auditory distraction in the context of reading.

Teaching Activities and Responsibilities

PS1010: Methods and Practice of Psychological Inquiry
PS1020: Introduction to Developmental and Social Psychology
PS1045: Current Topics in Psychology II
PS1680: Clinical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders
PS2040: Individual Differences
PS4040: The Psychology of Individual Differences