BA (Hons) Psychology
MA Academic Practice
Postgraduate Certificate in Education
I worked for six years as a lecturer in (Psychology & Social Work) at North Nottinghamshire College of Further Education prior to joining the Psychology Department (MMU) in 1990.
My main administrative roles in the Department are:
I currently co-ordinate:
I currently contribute to the Practical work relating to the Year II (BSc Psychology) unit: Cognitive & Neuropsychology.
I teach at Masters level and my main areas of academic interest are:
My research interests include:
Andy Bell co-produced the 'Big Five for Students' (BFFS) with colleagues at the MMU. The BFFS is a 'self-audit' for students regarding their approaches to study in terms of the 'Big Five' personality factors. Students can complete this at www.bigfiveforstudents.com (Immediately following completion, students receive an 18-page feedback docuemnt (via email) providing a summary of their 'self-audit' and some suggestions concerning the possible implications (of their responses to the 50 items of the BFFS) for their academic life.
Bell A.J. 2005. "Evaluation of University of Cambridge's Thinking Skills Assessment" at: Trent & Yorkshire Forum.