Psychology Careers Week is your chance to hear from those who work in different fields within Psychology. In this session, you will hear from Arden University Lecturer James Bartlett. James is also in the process of completing his PhD so will also be giving insight into what it's like to be a researcher also.
Taking place Wednesday 5th August, 14:00 - 14:30 BST
The session will cover:
- Information on what it's like working as a lecturer and researcher
- Tips on how to become a lecturer and researcher
- The impact that COVID-19 has had on the world from the perspective of being a lecturer and researcher
There will be an opportunity to ask James questions during the session.
An Introduction to James Barlett:
James is just finishing his PhD at Coventry University where he studied daily and non-daily smokers. At Arden University, James is a lecturer in psychology and leads undergraduate and postgraduate modules on research methods. James specialises in quantitative research methods with experience in statistical programming (R and Python) and psychophysiology (EEG). His research focuses on addictive behaviour, in addition to other projects on the psychology of religion and prosocial behaviour.