University Of Cumbria Julie Taylor

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University Of Cumbria Julie Taylor

Qualifications and memberships

2013 – Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2013 – British Psychological Society Psychometric Test Assessor

2013 – PhD Lancaster University – Psychology

2012 – Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society

2012 – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2010 – British Psychological Society Chartered Scientist Status awarded

2008 – British Psychological Society Chartership Awarded

2007 – MSc Applied Forensic Psychology

2007 – Occupational Testing Certificate B

2006 – Occupational Testing Certificate A

2003 – PG Certificate of Education, University of Plymouth.

1995 – MSc Psychological Research Methods and Statistics, Lancaster University.

1993 – BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Teesside.

2001 – Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy, Bath.

1995 – MSc Psychological Research Methods and Statistics, Lancaster University.

1993 – BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Teesside.

Academic and research interests

Forensic and Criminal Psychology; exploring the role of nature in reducing recidivism. Using nature based community projects as therapeutic tools to enhance wellbeing and social connectedness. Organizational issues, workplace stress, citizenship and job satisfaction. Research methodology (e.g. Deliberative Inquiry; Photo-elicitation; Bricolage; Service User Participation)

Publications

Recent research publications and presentations

Taylor , J.C., Convery, I. & Barton, E. (2014). Exploring the relationship between connectedness to nature and social connectedness in a female offending population. Applied Psychology Research, 1(1), 1-16.

Taylor, J.C, Convery, I. & Barton, E. (2014). Social connectedness and female offending. Forensic Update, 111, 11-16.

Taylor, J.C, Convery, I. & Barton, E. (2014). Social connectedness and female offending. Forensic Update Compendium, 2012, 35-41.

Chang, K., Kuo, C.., Su, M., & Taylor, J.C. (2013). Dis-identification in organisation (DiO) and its role in the workplace. Industrial Relations. (SSCI: 0034-379X).

Chang, K., & Taylor, J.C. (2013). Do your employees use the right coping strategies. International Journal of Commerce and Strategy. ISSN 2073-2147.