Senior Fellow and lecturer at the Institute of Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science
I am a social psychologist, a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Social Psychology (LSE) and an EdD candidate at the Faculty of Education (Cambridge).
The core of my time is spent as an educator in a non-traditional setting. I design and deliver customized executive education interventions working with organizations such as Shell and Prudential Insurance. I specialize in working with small, senior groups via formal learning programs.
I am interested in the possibilities and (practical) limitations of neuroplasticity. Much plasticity research assumes that practice is unproblematic and a-contextual. I am interested in the dynamics of contextuality that make practice problematic in real world situations. My research focuses on how our relationship with/experience of time impacts the embedding of 'formal' learning.
I have an additional personal interest in eating disorders and the crossover of my research to clinical interventions.
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