I am the Unit leader for the MSc units of Ability Assessment and Personal and Professional Development.
I supervise research students at Masters and PhD level.
Psychology External Examiner for Trinity College Dublin: Clinical Speech & Language Studies (2013-15).
My research interests are within quantitative methods, psychometrics and measuring/evaluating change. I have considerable experience in organisational consultancy focusing on ability and personality assessment for individual and organisational development. I collaborate with a wide variety of researchers and organisations on psychological assessment projects.
My key research areas of interest are:
N. Dagnall, K. Drinkwater, A. Denovan, A. Parker, K. Rowley (2016). Misperception of Chance, Conjunction, Framing Effects and Belief in the Paranormal: A Further Evaluation. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 30(3), pp.409-419.
N. Dagnall, K. Drinkwater, A. Parker, K. Rowley (2014). Misperception of chance, conjunction, belief in the paranormal and reality testing: A reappraisal. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 28(5), pp.711-719.
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.
A. Bell, G. Munley, K. Rowley, B. McGrath, H. Bainbridge (2012). Personality traits and cognitive abilities of manual ultrasonic operator performance. Rail Human Factors Around the World: Impacts on and of People for Successful Rail Operations. pp.696-706.
R. Lawthom, K. Rowley, A. Siddiquee, C. Kagan, RA. Swindells Invest to Save: eudaimonic wellbeing and the participatory arts. Manchester Metropolitan University, 2/7/2012.