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I gained my BSc in psychology at Royal Holloway before continuing my studies at Royal Holloway with an MSc in Forensic psychology. Subsequently, I completed my PhD at London South Bank University in 2020.

I then joined LSBU’s Simulation for Digital Health programme as an applied research fellow, where I engaged in testing and evaluation of digital health innovations for start-ups and SMEs. I joined the Division of Psychology as a lecturer in September 2021.

My research interests lay in forensic psychology, in particular how alcohol consumption affects eyewitness memory. My research is interested not only in whether a sober witness is more reliable, but also in whether people are more likely to perceive such a witness as more reliable.

In addition, I am interested in the effects of alcohol intoxication on behaviour and cognition in forensically related contexts.

Courses taught

Psychology - MSc

Psychology - BSc (Hons)

BSc Psychology

Royal Holloway University of London

2012
2015
MSc Forensic Psychology

Royal Holloway University of London

2015
2016
PhD Investigative Forensic Psychology

London South Bank University

2016
2021
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
Doppel-FiMT bidDoppelCo-InvestigatorForces in Mind TrustOPEN SubmittedAug 2022

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Individual differences in selective attentional bias for healthy and unhealthy food-related stimuli and social identity as a vegan/vegetarian dissociate “healthy” and “unhealthy” orthorexia nervosa.
Albery, I., Shove, E., Bartlett, G., Frings, D. and Spada, M. (2022). Individual differences in selective attentional bias for healthy and unhealthy food-related stimuli and social identity as a vegan/vegetarian dissociate “healthy” and “unhealthy” orthorexia nervosa. Appetite. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2022.106261

The effects of alcohol and co-witness information on memory reports: A field study
Bartlett, G., Albery, I.P, Frings, D. and Gawrylowicz, J. (2022). The effects of alcohol and co-witness information on memory reports: A field study. Psychopharmacology.

The intoxicated co-witness: effects of alcohol and dyadic discussion on memory conformity and event recall.
Bartlett, G., Gawrylowicz, Julie, Frings, Daniel and Albery, Ian P (2021). The intoxicated co-witness: effects of alcohol and dyadic discussion on memory conformity and event recall. Psychopharmacology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00213-021-05776-0