I completed my PhD in Community Psychology in 2006.
My main administrative roles in the Department are Psychology Postgraduate Admissions Tutor and Route Leader for MSc Community Psychology. I teach at undergraduate and at Masters level.
My main areas of academic interest are:
A. Siddiquee, J. Sixsmith, R. Lawthom, J. Haworth (2016). Paid work, life-work and leisure: a study of wellbeing in the context of academic lives in higher education. Leisure Studies. 35(1), pp.36-45.
R. Swindells, R. Lawthom, K. Rowley, A. Siddiquee, A. Kilroy, et al. (2013). Eudaimonic well-being and community arts participation. Perspect Public Health. 133(1), pp.60-65.
I. Mountian, R. Lawthom, A. Kellock, K. Duggan, J. Sixsmith, et al. (2012). On utilising a visual methodology: Shared reflections and tensions. pp.346-360.
C. Kagan, K. Duggan, M. Richards, A. Siddiquee (2011). Community Psychology. In: IAAP Handbook of Applied Psychology. pp.471-499.
Lawthom, R., Siddiquee, A., Swindells, R., Rowley, K. & Kagan, C. (2012) "Connections and challenges researching the impact of arts practices on health and wellbeing", Research Institute for Health and Social Change 8th Annual Conference, Manchester, UK, 2-3 July.