Category Archives: research team

Research Paper Now In Press

After a few months of writing after the end of the project grant, we are really pleased that the first project-related paper has now been accepted for publication in the journal  Pastoral Care in Education.  This is a methods paper, … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Hayley

As the project draws to a close in October, Hayley Gilman, one of our sessional Research Assistants, has started her PhD this week in the School of Psychology at Keele University. Her title is “The effects of advertising on children’s … Continue reading

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Claire’s Research Visit

From 13th-14th August, 2012, Claire Wilson, a Research Assistant working on our  project with Simon Hunter at the University of Strathclyde, visited the lab at Keele University. Claire saw the questionnaires that we used with the children,  and helped with some … Continue reading

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Researcher in Residence

During data collection at one school, Katie Wright-Bevans had the opportunity to speak to two Year 10 students about what it is like to conduct research. The students were looking to carry out their own piece of research as part of … Continue reading

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End of Data Collection: Picnic

This Friday saw the end of the summer term for schools in the West Midlands, and the end of data collection for our project, as the last questionnaires were completed for the Time 2 waive of data collection. To celebrate … Continue reading

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Congratulations

A post to send the hugest of congratulations to Lucy James , Katie Wright-Bevans, and Sian Jones , researchers on the project, who graduated recently. Katie and Lucy both received first class honours degrees this week, from Keele University.

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