My thesis explored the 'Experiences of Registered Intermediaries and police officers of working with adults witnesses with intellectual disabilities'.
- Part of Psychology Admissions team
English, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, German
I teach in the following units within BSc Forensic Psychology:
- Investigating crime and courtroom processes (Level 5)
- Unit leader for Working with Offenders (Level 6)
I am also a Dissertation supervisor for Year 3 students.
In MSc Forensic Psychology:
- Psychology and Law
In MSc Conversion Diploma:
- Unit leader for Forensic Psychology
- Unit leader for Introduction to Forensic Psychology
I am also a Personal tutor and dissertation supervisor for postgraduate students.
Doctor of Psychological Therapies- Supervisory role
My main field of research is in Forensic Psychology. Specific interests include eyewitness memory and
testimony, vulnerable witnesses, evidence-giving processes and policies, Registered Intermediaries, and police attitudes. I have experience in qualitative and quantitative research.
H. Kapoor, PH. Bhuptani, A. Agneswaran (2017). The Bechdel in India: gendered depictions in contemporary Hindi cinema. Journal of Gender Studies. 26(2), pp.212-226.
A. Agneswaran, A. Javeri (2015). The relationship between epistemic curiosity and social desirability among Indian students. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology. 41(Special Issue 3), pp.187-193.
Paper presentation at the Bombay Psychological Association Annual Conference in 2010.
Awarded 'Research Student Award' in 2017 for excellent performance by MMU.
Member of the British Psychological Society