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Dr Zoe Hughes

School of Psychology

Faculty of Health

Zoe is a Lecturer in Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University specialising in cognitive and experimental psychology. Her research centres around exploring cognitive abilities such as attentional control and creative cognition, and how we can use mindfulness as a tool to facilitate these cognitive processes. Zoe's expertise extends to the study of electrophysiological markers of auditory distraction, and developing tools to enhance cyber security, with a particular focus on phishing email suseptibility. Zoe primarily teaches in the realms of cognitive psychology and research methods, integrating her passion for these subjects into both her academic research and teaching at Liverpool John Moores University.



Journal article

Hughes Z, Ball LJ, Richardson C, Judge J. 2023. A meta-analytical review of the impact of mindfulness on creativity: Framing current lines of research and defining moderator variables Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 30 :2155-2186 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url