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Katrin Dudgeon


  • Room 01.527 - David Keir Building

    United Kingdom


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Katrin Dudgeon is a Lecturer (Education) in the School of Psychology. Katrin is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. She obtained her PhD in Psychology from the Queen’s University Belfast in 2000. Following the completion of her PhD Katrin worked on a number of national and international research projects such as the Early Years Enriched Curriculum Project, the FP6 European funded HUMAINE (Human Machine Interaction Network of Excellence) and the Compromise after Conflict Research Project. She also taught Social Psychology and Sport and Exercise Psychology working a s a Teaching Fellow for the University of Ulster and the Queen’s University Belfast over the past two decades.


Research Interests

Katrin Dudgeon’s research interests focus on Emotion and mood in very different contexts, for example health, psychological well-being and more recently conflict and victimhood.




Katrin Dudgeon teaches Social Psychology and research methods. She is also a personal tutor for L1, 2 and 3. Katrin also supervises students on the MSc Political Psychology and MSc Psychology Conversion. Katrin has also a strong interest to help students bridge the gap between studying and employment and is module coordinator for the Placement Module PSY3100 and the BSc Psychology with Professional Placement / PSY3119.


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