I am the Technical Co-ordinator for the School of Psychology, having joined the university in 2013 with a background in psychology, computing and education. In this role, I provide support to research, teaching activities and outreach events; and maintain the School’s technical resources (see Labs). I have experience teaching a variety of practical and academic subjects in both higher and further education settings, with a current focus on research methods and data analysis. Prior to my current role, I worked at a local college, supporting students with special educational needs and disabilities.
My main research area of interest is the psychology of virtual reality and presence in virtual environments, however I am also interested in the topic of cyberpsychology generally. I am also interested in researching cognitive and forensic psychology, and am currently in the process of completing a PhD, exploring ways to improve how eyewitness memory research is conducted.
- BSc Psychology - University of Bedfordshire, 2010
- Preparing to Support in the Life Long Learning Sector – Barnfield College, 2011
- Postgraduate Certificate In Teaching In Higher Education - University of Bedfordshire, 2016
- Member of the British Psychological Society (Cognitive & Cyberpsychology Sections)
- Registered Scientist
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Member of the Association of Technical Staff in Psychology
- PSY002-1 Introduction to Research Methods and Data Analysis
- PSY016-2 Methods of Research in Psychology
- PSY002-2 Biological and Cognitive Psychology
- Virtual Reality
- Video Games
- Cognitive Psychology
- Forensic Psychology
- Eyewitness Memory
- Green, A. (2023, July 24-25). Being there: How virtual reality can be applied in psychology teaching, research and practice [Conference presentation]. BPS Cyberpsychology 2023, Newcastle, UK.
- Green, A. (2023, July 24-25). Eyewitness memory of crimes viewed in virtual reality [Poster Session]. BPS Cyberpsychology 2023, Newcastle, UK.
- Green, A. (2022, September 22-23). Improving the validity and reliability of eyewitness memory research using stimuli displayed in virtual reality [Conference presentation]. BPS Cyberpsychology 2022, Brighton, UK.
- Green, A. (2022, July 27-28). Improving the validity and reliability of eyewitness memory research using stimuli displayed in virtual reality [Conference presentation]. PsyPAG Virtual Annual Conference.
- Green, A. (2021, July 29-30). Improving the validity and reliability of eyewitness memory research using virtual reality [Poster Session]. PsyPAG Virtual Annual Conference, online.osf.io/35tzp
- Green, A. (2022). Improving the validity and reliability of eyewitness memory research using virtual reality. The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin,Spring 2022(7), 58-60.
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