I am a PhD researcher in experimental psychology at Kingston University, London. In my substantive research, I investigate how people might use non-probative cues, such as repetition and concrete language, to make truth judgements in the absence of any probative information or knowledge. My thesis focuses on the replicability of these truth effects with a view to understanding the robustness of the literature, and the implications of their real-world application.
Principles and Values
My goal is to conduct and promote rigorous, transparent science ethically throughout my career. I write and publish confirmatory research as Registered Reports. I use the Open Science Framework (OSF) to share materials, data, scripts and lab logs. I prioritise submitting papers to open access journals that select based on scientific validity rather than subjective impact.
I am an Ambassador for the Centre for Open Science (COS), a member of the Registered Reports Steering Committee, a local lead for the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN), and am currently serving as Associate Editor at the Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS). You can find slides for talks I have given on the OSF here.
Truth Illusions | Metacognition | Open Science | Meta-science | Registered Reports | Research Methods | Philosophy of Science | Scientific Understanding & Communication | Judgement & Decision Making
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