Dr. Ruth Ogden
||Job Title||Lecturer in Psychology|
|Telephone||+44 (0)151 904 6342|
|Email Address @ljmu.ac.uk||
Room 315 Tom Reilly Building
Human temporal perception with particular focus on the effects of emotional change, aging and substance use on timing ability. Time-based prospective memory. Context effects in decision making.
Since completing a PhD in Psychology at The University of Manchester Dr. Ogden has been employed as Research Officer in the Learning and Development Unit and as a sessional lecturer in the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology.
2010: LJMU Early Career Research Fellowship: The neural correlates of pre-cuing
2010: The Experimental Psychology Society: Can we shrink the attentional blink? An exploration of the effects of repetitive stimulation on target and probe identification.
2009: The Nuffield Foundation: The effect of alcohol on prospective and retrospective timing.
PSYAP1019 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
PSYAP1020 Foundations in Psychology
PSAP2003 Cognitive Psychology (Module Leader)
PSYAP3001 Dissertation Supervision
Topics for Dissertation Supervision:
I am willing to supervise projects in the area of cognition but particularly those looking at variables which affect human timing and memory.