Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
Dr Stephanie Bennett
- Qualifications: B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc., Ph.D (University of Plymouth)
- Role Title: Learning Support Tutor (Quantitative Research Skills)
- Address: St George's Building, 141 High Street, Portsmouth PO1 2HY
- Telephone: 023 9284 5065
- Email: email@example.com
- Department: Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
- Faculty: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Following a B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology and M.Sc. in Psychological Research Methods at the University of Plymouth, I taught Research Methods and Statistics for 4 years also at the University of Plymouth. Again at Plymouth, I gained an ESRC Ph.D. CASE studentship, in the field of Developmental and Educational Psychology – thesis titled ‘The development of vocational interests and abilities in secondary school aged children’. I started work at Down Syndrome Education International (DSEI) as a research psychologist in 2008. Linked to this I have been an honorary research fellow in Psychology at the University of Portsmouth since 2009. I am currently Learning Support Tutor (Research) in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences from September 2011. I also Tutor Psychology for the Open University. Read more about Learning Support in Quantitative Research Skills.
All FHSS faculty:
- Bespoke workshops and individual student support for quantitative research methods and analysis (SPSS & Excel).
- Staff training in quantitative research methods and data analysis
- Research Methods (DL)
- Research Methods and Research Management (Campus & DL)
- Researching Criminology 1
- Researching Criminology 2
- Undergraduate study school (DL)
- Postgraduate study school (DL)
- Advanced Research Techniques workshops for DCrimJ students
- Weekly Moodle support sessions for all DL students.
- Numeracy workshops for trainee teachers
Criminal Psychology, Crime Science, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Down syndrome, Developmental disability, Early communication, Educational intervention, Executive functioning, Forensic Science, Research methods and statistics, Online-learning, Problem solving, Reasoning, Working memory, Vocational interests.
- Evaluation of the day detoxification service provided by the Homeless Healthcare Team (Solent NHS Trust); with Aaron Pycroft (ICJS, Portsmouth).
- Research Support for Operation Fortress; with Adrian James (ICJS, Portsmouth).
- Evaluating memory training for children and adolescents with Down syndrome in collaboration with Professor Sue Buckley (DSEI), Dr. Joni Holmes (Cambridge) and Dr. Leonard Abbeduto (UC Davis, Sacramento).
- Evaluating memory training for children and adolescents with Fragile X syndrome in collaboration with Dr David Hessl (UC Davis, Sacramento).
- Evaluating problem solving training for pre-school children with Down syndrome in collaboration with Professor Sue Buckley (DSEI) & Dr. Debbie Fidler (Colorado).
- Memory profiles using the AWMA in typically developing children and in children with Down syndrome in collaboration with Professor Annette Sterr & Georgia Eleftheriou (Surrey).
- Early communication in children with Down syndrome in collaboration with Dr. Alessandra Fasulo (Portsmouth).
- Early developmental profiles in children with Down syndrome in collaboration with Professor Sue Buckley (DSEI).
- Development of vocational interests and abilities in secondary school age children in collaboration with Professor Simon Handley & Dr. Ian Dennis (Plymouth) & Richard Daulton (Learning Skills Council).