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Sophie Goodwin

Lecturer in Psychology

S.Goodwin@chi.ac.uk

BACKGROUND

Sophie Goodwin is an Associate Lecturer in Psychology and is also completing her PhD.

She plays a key role in teaching and learning and supports students, and the department, in the teaching and assessment of Psychology.

Sophie is a PhD student in Psychology and completed a BSc (Hons) Psychology and Widening Participation Internship at the University of Chichester.

She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is working towards full Fellowship.

MODULE TEACHING

Sophie is an Associate Lecturer and currently leads workshops in the following modules:

  • PSY102 Everyday Experience and Psychological Methods: Analysing Attitudes
  • PSY103 Study and Research Skills for Psychologists
  • PSY104 Everyday Experience and Psychological Methods: Exploring Positive Psychology
  • PSY106 Everyday Experience and Psychology: Perspectives on Psychology
  • PSY203 Developmental Psychology
  • PSY205 Individual Differences Psychology
  • PSY302 Psychology Project Management and Presentation Skills
  • PSY307 Psychology in Context: Professional Skills in Psychology
  • PSY308 Psychology in Context: Cultural Psychology

Professional

Memberships

2014 – Present                           The British Psychological Society

Academic & Professional Positions

B.Sc. Psychology / B.Sc. Sport and Exercise Psychology Associate Lecturer

University of Chichester                                                                                                   2015-

Psychology Research Participation Scheme Co-ordinator

University of Chichester                                                                                                   2016-

Competitive Funding Awards

University of Chichester Doctoral Research Bursary                                                               2015-2020

University of Chichester                                                                                                  



Teaching

Courses:

B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology;

B.Sc. (Hons.) Sport and Exercise Psychology

University of Chichester

Modules:

Developmental Psychology; Experimental Research Methods; Qualitative Research Methods; Cognitive Psychology; Cultural Psychology; Individual Differences; Perspectives on Psychology; Abnormal and Forensic Psychology; Professional Skills in Psychology; Project Management Skills in Psychology; Psychology and Social Issues; Understanding Relationships; Study and Research Skills for Psychologists. 

Publications

  • Churchill, S., Jessop, D. C., Goodwin, S., Ritchie, L., & Harris, P. R. (2017). Self-affirmation improves music performance among performers high on the impulsivity dimension of sensation seeking. Psychology of Music, 0305735617705007.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Goodwin, S. (2019, July). Self-affirmation in the face of academic stereotype threat: Can self-affirmation close STEM gender gaps in middle childhood?. Poster Presentation. Research Conference 2019 - Open for Change. Bognor Regis, University of Chichester.
  • Goodwin, S. (2019, March). Pilot Testing and Thematic Analysis in Education Research. Workshop Leader. MA Education Conference. Bognor Regis, University of Chichester.
  • Goodwin, S. (2019, February). Self-affirmation in the face of academic stereotype threat. Guest Speaker, Institute of Education, Health, and Social Sciences Expert Lecture Series. Chichester, University of Chichester.
  • Goodwin, S. (2019, February). Using self-affirmation to buffer children against academic stereotype threat. Session Leader, Self-affirmation Research Group. Falmer, University of Sussex.
  • Goodwin, S. (2018, November). Cleaning the canvas: A colouring self-affirmation activity to close the maths attainment gap for 6-8 year old girls. Keynote Oral Presentation, MA Education Conference. Bognor Regis, University of Chichester.
  • Goodwin, S. (2017, February). Colouring by numbers: A children’s drawing and colouring self-affirmation intervention to overcome gender stereotype threat in STEM. Keynote Oral Presentation, MA Education Conference. Bognor Regis, University of Chichester.