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.

Chang, K., Chen, H., & Taylor, J. (2012). Homophily, workplace stress and management style. International Journal of Psychology, 47, 491-491. (SSCI, ISSN: 0020-7594)

Elliott, D., Polman, R., & Taylor, J.C. (2012). The Effects of Relaxing Music for Anxiety Control on Competitive Sport Anxiety. European Journal of Sports Psychology, ID TEJS-2012-0015.

Barnard,P., Scott, S., Taylor, J., May, J. & Knightley, W. (2004). Paying Attention to Meaning; Psychological Science, 15, 179-186

Conference presentations

Taylor, J.C. & Spurgeon-Dickson, A. (2016). Smoking cessation in prisons: exploring issues of control, collusion, and enterprise when implementing smoking cessation within prison environments. Paper presented at BPS Annual Conference – Nottingham, April.

Taylor, J.C. & Spurgeon-Dickson, A. (2016). Smoking cessation in prisons: exploring issues of control, collusion, and enterprise when implementing smoking cessation within prison environments. Paper presented at Prison Experience Conference – Budapest, March.

Taylor, J.C. (2015). Evaluating female clinical forensic service user engagement using deliberative inquiry. International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, March.

Taylor, J.C. & Chang, K. (2014). Employee resignation planning: what matters most, organisational or global climate? 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology Scientific Programme Committee (ICAP). Paris, July.

Taylor, J.C. (2013). A pre and post exploration of female offender’s experiences of a nature based community sentence order. BPS Social Psychology Section – Exeter, August.

Taylor, J.C. (2013). A pre and post exploration of female offender’s experiences of a nature based community sentence order. BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology – September, Huddersfield.

Taylor, J.C. (2013). Work in nature: An opportunity for social reconnection for female community sentenced offenders? Doctoral Colloquium – Lancaster, July.

Taylor, J.C. & Barton, E. (2013). Social connectedness: A precursor to desistance for female offenders? Paper presented at BPS Annual Conference – Harrogate, April.

Chang, K., & Taylor, J.C. (2012). Homophily, Workplace Stress and Management Style. Paper presented at the XXXth International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Cape Town, South Africa, July.

Chang, K., Cheng, K.T. & Taylor, J.C. (2012). Doing Good in Schools: Examining Organisational Citizenship Behaviour in Primary School Teachers. Paper presented at BPS Annual Conference – London, April.

Taylor, J.C. (2012). Victims or Villains – what difference does it make? Paper presented at Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Practice: Diversity, Diversion, Desistance and Dignity, Institute of Criminology, Cambridge, January.

Taylor, J.C. (2011). Prisons as places of hard work. Paper presented at British Psychological Society NEEB Conference, York, October.

Taylor, J.C. (2011). Exploring female offenders’ experiences of release, community reintegration and recidivism. Paper presented at Research Fest UoC, Lancaster, July.

Taylor, J.C. (2007). Primary school teachers’ perceptions of different types of aggression amongst children and the moral reasoning associated with those perceptions. Paper presented at Research Fest UoC, Lancaster, July.

Books and chapters in books

Taylor, J.C. (in press). Bricolage: Visual and creative arts in the design of applied psychology assessments. In S. Watts & C. Wakefield, (Eds). Teaching Visual Methods in the Social Sciences. London: Routledge.

Taylor, J.C. (2016). Wild places as therapeutic environments. In I. Convery & P. Davis, (Eds.). Shifting Interpretations of Natural Heritage. Heritage Matters Series XX.

Taylor, J. (2014). A deliberative inquiry to evaluate and progress a community sentence work order project. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd.

Chang, K., & Taylor, J.C. (2012).Working to Establish Effective Stress Management for Employees: Stress coping and the role of the organisation [Paperback] LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. ISBN-10: 3848497301

In preparation / under review

Chang, K & Taylor, J & Cheng, K 2018 ‘Exploring MEH (Manager-Employee-Heterophily) in US-owned and Managed Plants in Taiwan ‘, in: Rowley, C & Paulet, E (eds.), Asian Studies: Contemporary Issues and Trends, Elsevier, London, UK.

Book reviews

Taylor, J.C. (2015). Scientific writing for psychology: Lessons in clarity and style. In Psychology Learning and Teaching, XX.

Taylor, J.C. (2012). Identity, health and women. A critical social psychological perspective J.A. Christodoulou In Community, Work & Family, 15(3), 377-9.

Taylor, J.C. (2011) Psychological Groupwork with Acute Psychiatric Inpatients. Radcliffe, J., Hajek, K, Carlson,J., & Manor, O. In Psychology Learning and Teaching, 10. www.wwwords.co.uk/plat/content/pdfs/10/issue10_1.asp

Taylor, J.C. (2008). Psychological Testing: An introduction (2nd ed). Domino,G., &. Domino, M. In Psychology Learning and Teaching,7.

Recent external roles

2008 – 2014: Director of Croftlands Trust.

2009 – 2013: External Examiner – Glyndwr University BSc (Hons) Psychology

2009 – Northern Child and Adolescent Forensic Mental Health Services (supervised practice work)

2014 – present: External Examiner – University of Sunderland (BSc and MSc Psychology)

2015: External Advisor – Chester University (BSc Psychology)

2015 – present: Member of The British Psychological Society (BPS) Undergraduate Education Committee.