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    • United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

    20092020

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    Research Interests

    I study human memory, cognition, and social influence, with a particular interest in applications of these topics to issues in legal and educational psychology. My research focuses on themes such as:

    • people's ability to remember past events and experiences, and information they have learned
    • factors that can shape or distort what we remember/believe
    • how people engage with, and respond to, feedback about their performance and memories
    • how we can help people to remember more effectively

    Qualifications

    • PhD Psychology - University of Warwick (2010)
    • BSc (Hons) Psychology - University of Warwick (2006)
    • Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching - University of Surrey (2012)

    Professional/editorial offices

    Funding Applications and Awards

    • Assessments & Qualifications Alliance (2019) - Co-I, £24,567
    • Leverhulme Trust (2017-2019) - PI, £98,236
    • Wellcome Trust (2015) - PI, £4,013
    • Higher Education Academy (2014-2015) - Joint PI, £29,389
    • College of Policing (2013) - Co-I, £33,035
    • European Commission FP7 (2012-2016) - Co-I, ~€3M, of which ~€250K to Uni. of Surrey
    • British Academy (2012-2013)  - PI, £9,218
    • Richard Benjamin Memorial Trust (2011-2012) - PI, £9,078
    • British Psychological Society (2011) - PI, £1,400

    PhD Supervision

    • Chris Delivett (Principal supervisor, 2018 - Present)
    • Nicholas Alexander (Associate supervisor, 2017 - 2020)
    • Alena Nash (Principal supervisor, 2016 - 2019)
    • Naomi Klepacz (Principal supervisor, 2011 - 2015)

    Contact Details

    Room: SW507b
    Tel: 0121 204 4522 
    Email: R.Nash1@aston.ac.uk

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    Research Output

    Educators’ perceptions of responsibility-sharing in feedback processes

    Winstone, N. E., Pitt, E. & Nash, R. A., 15 Apr 2020, In : Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • Front-of-pack images can boost the perceived health benefits of dietary products

    Delivett, C. P., Klepacz, N. A., Farrow, C. V., Thomas, J. M., Raats, M. M. & Nash, R. A., 15 Aug 2020, In : Appetite. 155, 104831.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • “Say cheese!”: How taking and viewing photos can shape what people remember

    Henkel, L. A., Nash, R. A. & Paton, J. A., 22 Sep 2020, Human Capacity in the Attention Economy. Lane, S. & Atchley, P. (eds.). American Psychological Association Inc., p. 103-134

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Building Feedback Literacy: Students’ Perceptions of the Developing Engagement With Feedback Toolkit

    Winstone, N. E., Mathlin, G. & Nash, R. A., 16 May 2019, In : Frontiers in Education. 4, 39

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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