Charlotte is a Lecturer in Psychology at Bath Spa University. Their work is focused on the Contemporary Application of Psychological Science module of the BSc Psychology course.
Alongside associative and category learning, Charlotte's research interests lie in decision-making, especially in the areas of military and health decisions. Much of their work incorporates formal mathematical modelling of psychological processes as well as eye-tracking.
Previously, they completed an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Imperial College London. Then, they received a first-class BSc in Psychology from Exeter in 2009, followed by a Distinction in MSc Psychological Research Methods the year after. Charlotte went on to complete her PhD at the University of Plymouth, supervised by Prof Andy Wills, Prof Chris Mitchell and Dr Chris Berry. Their thesis critically examined multiple system accounts of category learning using experimental and formal modelling.
Following that, they completed post-doctoral research fellow positions at the University of Warwick, Queen Mary and University of Oxford.
See Charlotte's Google Scholar profile.
- BSc Mathematics with Mathematical Physics/Applied Mathematics
- 1st in BSc Psychology
- Distinction in MSc Psychological Research Methods and PhD
- Experimental Psychological Society
- Associate Member of the Higher Education Authority
Areas of expertise
- Psychological research methods
- Applied psychology
- Cognitive psychology