Luke Fisher
    • School of Life & Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

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    Contact Details


    Office: SW 509b


    • PG Cert, Learning & Teaching in Higher Education - Aston University (2022)
    • PhD, Psychology "Exploring The Role of Late-Occurring Nonspecific Retroactive Interference and Interest on Recall" - University of Wolverhampton (2021)
    • BSc (Hons) Psychology 1st Class - University of Wolverhampton (2014)

    Administrative Roles

    • 2021 - Present   First Year Tutor in Psychology


    • 2021 - present  Teaching Associate; School of Psychology, Aston University.
    • 2017 - 2021      Visiting Lecturer; Department of Psychology, University of Wolverhampton

    Membership of Professional Bodies

    Fellow of Advanced HE (Higher Education)

    Teaching Activity


    • PY1501 - Key Skills in Psychology 1 (Personal Tutor, Workshops & Tutorials)
    • PY1502 - Key Skills in Psychology 2 (Workshops & Tutorials)
    • PY2501 - Research Methods (Workshops)
    • PY2502 - Applied Psychology & Professinal Skills (Module Convenor)
    • PY2508 - Psychological Wellbeing (Lectures and Workshops). 
    • PY3346 - Final Year BSc Research Project (Project Supervisor)


    • (MSc Conversion) PY4512 - Applied Psychology & Professional Skills (Module Convenor)

    Research Interests

    I have an interest in Cognitive psychology through memory & forgetting research utilising quantitative research methods. My main focus is on interference-based forgetting and motivational learning through interest salience.


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