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Charlotte Booth

BSc MSc


Postdoctoral Research Associate

Profile

I am currently in my final year of study on the DPhil in Experimental Psychology. My doctoral thesis is based on the topic of 'Individual differences in Environmental Sensitivity' - I am particularly interested in understanding the relationship between environmental stress and mental health outcomes - and the individual difference factors that moderate this relationship, including personality and genetic factors.

I have worked on the CogBIAS Longitudinal Study for the past five years and was involved as a research assistant in setting this up. The study uses a cognitive and genetic approach to investigate risk and resilience pathways associated with mental health outcomes in adolescents. Therefore I have ample experience in the research process, including designing a study, programming experimental tasks, recruiting participants, data collection in schools and disseminating research findings. 

I am expected to complete my DPhil in September 2018 after which I would like to continue working on research projects with a particular focus on improving the lives of young people both within and outside of the school environment. 


Biography

2015 - 2018: DPhil in Experimental Psychology

2013 - 2015: Research Assistant and Project Coordinator for the CogBIAS Project.

2012 - 2013: MSc in Research Methods in Psychology from the University of Essex (Distinction).

2009 - 2012 : BSc in Psychology from the University of East Anglia (2:1).

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