University of Glasgow

PhD in Psychology (Research)

Type of study: Full-time

Dates: September 2021 – Present

Thesis: Suitability of neurofeedback to improve post-stroke fatigue

Research Methods of Psychological Science (MSc)

Type of study: Full-time

Dates: September 2020 – September 2021

Education Duration: 12 Months

Dissertation: Measuring attention in the general population: an online study

Courses: Data Skills for Reproducible Science, Introduction to MatLab Programming, Professional Skills, Qualitative Methods, Research Methods in Cognitive Science, Cognitive Brain Imaging Methods, Statistics & Research Design.

Alongside studies, I also supported final year undergraduate students in psychology with related research topics.

Single Honours Psychology (MA)

Type of study: Full-time

Dates: September 2016 – August 2020

Education Duration: 4 years

Dissertation: Investigation of alpha rhythms during phasic alerting in young and older adults

Honours courses: Cognitive Psychology, Human Development, Perception Vision Cognition, Professional Skills, Social Psychology, Statistics, Individual Differences, Qualitative Mini Project, Quantitative Mini Project, Physiological Psychology, Psychometrics, Virtue Ethics, Cognitive Neuroscience: Insights into Brain Plasticity, Neuropsychological Deficits, Sleep and Circadian Timing, Neuroscience of Decision Making, From Visual Awareness to Free Will, Current Trends in Clinical Psychology, Health Neuroscience.