I completed my undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Wolverhampton in 2007. Upon completion, I went onto study for a MSc in Health Psychology at Aston University in 2008. From 2009-2014, I worked at NHS trusts in Sandwell and Shropshire as a Health Improvement Advisor.
I then took an interest in Evolutionary Psychology and began studying for my PhD on a part-time basis at the University of Wolverhampton, under the supervision of Prof. Ken Manktelow and Dr Niall Galbraith (2011-2017). Whilst competing my PhD, I held a Research Associate post with HEFCE, and then took a full-time post at Coventry University as an Assistant Lecturer in Psychology, primarily teaching and supervising students on the Undergraduate Psychology course (2014-2017).
Since then, I worked as a Lecturer in Psychology at Staffordshire University, and then joined the University of Wolverhampton as a Lecturer in Psychology. Here, I also lead the Evolution and Human Behaviour Research Group. I'm a member of the Applied Cognition and Individual Differences research cluster, and the Cyberpsychology research cluster.