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Miss Emke Susan Evelyn Brazier

Miss Emke Susan Evelyn Brazier

braziee2@lsbu.ac.uk

Psychology

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I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Applied Sciences; specifically in Psychology. I joined LSBU as an undergraduate in 2015, I returned as a seminar leader in 2018 and then began working as a graduate teaching assistant in September 2021 teaching on a range of psychology courses.

My area of interest is addiction, originally focused on recreational illicit drug use due to the prolific and overt recreational drug use I witnessed within the school community as a young person. This transitioned into focus on nicotine addiction and the motivations driving the use of e-cigarettes specifically. I am most interested in investigating these motivations in young non-smokers and also resistance to e-cigarettes in some adult smokers. I am currently in the first year of my PhD which applies a social norms framework to understanding decision making re. e-cigarette use in the populations mentioned above.

I have also worked previously with researchers from LSBU and UCL on differences between smokers and non-smokers attention to warning labels to investigate the effect of different health warning labels on e-cigarette packaging on attention in these groups.

MRes Psychological methods

University of Sussex

2018
2019
BSc Psychology

London South Bank University

2015
2018
hourly paid lecturer
London South Bank University

Teaching seminars (online and in person)

marking coursework

providing 1-2-1 support to students in class

providing support oto students ver email

2018
Education