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Ben Crossey



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Ben completed his BSc in Psychology and MSc in Neuroimaging at Bangor University before completing an MRes in Computational Neuroscience & Cognitive Robotics and a PhD in Psychology at the University of Birmingham, where he went on to teach a variety of topics to students in both the Biology and Psychology departments. Ben joined the lecturing staff at QUB in October 2020.

Ben is a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), and a member of the European Society of Psychology Learning and Teaching (ESPLAT). He is passionate about statistical analysis, personality psychology, social psychology and psychobiology.



Current Teaching Responsibilities

UG Personal Tutor
PSY1008 Foundations in Psychology
PSY2067 Psychological Methods

PSY3100 Placement Module

PSY7093 Methods, Design and Analysis in Psychology
BSc Thesis Supervision
Student Engagement Officer

Previous Teaching Experience

Undergraduate Teaching:-
Advanced Statistics (Module Lead)
Introduction to MATLAB (Module Lead)
Evolutionary Psychology (Module Lead)
Applied Psychology: The Psychology of Health and Wellbeing (Module Lead)
Research Methods
Personality and Individual Differences
Personality and Intelligence at Work
BSc Thesis Supervision
Level 1 and Level 2 Personal Tutor

Postgraduate Teaching:-
Foundations in Critical Thinking (Module Lead)
Current Research
Introduction to Computational Methods
Computer Use


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