I completed my BA in Classical Civilisation at the University of Leeds, and my MSc in Psychology at Kingston University. Prior to completing my MSc I spend over a decade in industry working in product and business development within the fashion industry.
I am a member of the Registered Reports Steering Committee, an Ambassador for the Centre for Open Science (COS), and part of the Preregistration Support Community. You can find slides for talks I have given on the OSF here.
University roles and responsibilities
- Open Research Working Group
In the media
I investigate how people might use non-probative cues, such as repetition and concreteness of language, to make truth judgements in the absence of any probative information or knowledge. I focus on the replicability of these truth effects with a view to understanding the robustness of the literature, and the implications of their real-world application.
My goal is to conduct and promote rigorous, transparent science ethically throughout my career. I write and publish confirmatory research as Registered Reports. I use the Open Science Framework (OSF) to share materials, data, scripts and lab logs. I prioritise submitting papers to open access journals that select based on scientific validity rather than subjective impact.