Edge Hill University Linda Kaye

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Edge Hill University Linda Kaye

Edge Hill University Linda Kaye

Dr Linda Kaye

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Contextual influences in digital gaming and virtual environments
Psychosocial impacts of new and emerging technologies
Virtual identity
BSc (Hons) Psychology (University of Leeds), 2006
Postgraduate Certificate of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (University of Central Lancashire), 2010
PhD Psychology (University of Central Lancashire), 2011
Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society
Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Member, Association for Psychological Science
Institutional Learning and Teaching Fellow
Programme Leader, BSc (Hons) Educational Psychology
PSY1117: Real World Psychology
EDP2004: The Psychology of Teaching, Learning and Instruction (Module Leader)
PSY2112: Developmental Psychology
PSY3131: Psychology and the Virtual World (Module Leader)
PSY3135: Dissertation
THE7001: Exploring Practice in Teaching and Learning (Personal Academic Tutor)
THE7002: Curriculum Design for Learning (Personal Academic Tutor)
THE7003: Developing Practice through Pedagogic Research (Personal Academic Tutor)
PhD Supervision
Dr Linda Kaye
Department of Psychology
Edge Hill University
St Helens Road
L39 4QP
Phone: 01695 584413
Email: Linda Kaye
Office: PSS120
Web: http://lindakkaye.wix.com/dr-linda-kaye

Key Collaborators

Dr Stephanie Malone (Australian Catholic University), Dr Elizabeth Bates (University of Cumbria), Dr Rachel Kowert (University of Munster), Dr Sally Quinn (University of York), Dr Chris Fullwood (University of Wolverhampton); Dr David Zendle (University of York); Dr Charlotte Pennington (Lancaster University)


Journal Articles

Pennington, C. R., Kaye, L. K., Qureshi, A., & Heim, D. (in press). Controlling for prior attainment reduces the positive influence that single-sex classroom initiatives exert on high school students’ scholastic achievement. Sex Roles

Fullwood, C., Quinn, S., Kaye, L. K., & Redding, C. (2017). My Virtual friend: A qualitative analysis of the attitudes and experiences of Smartphone users: Implications for Smartphone attachment. Computers in Human Behavior, 75, 347–355. doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2017.05.029

Kaye, L. K., Kowert, R., & Quinn, S. (2017). The role of social identity and online social capital on psychosocial outcomes in MMO players. Computers in Human Behavior, 74 , 215-223. doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2017.04.030