charlotte greenway

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Dr Charlotte  Greenway BSc, MSc, MPhil-PhD, CPsychol, FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Psychology
Programme Manager: BSc Applied Psychology

Tel: +44 (0)1267 676923
E-mail: c.greenway@uwtsd.ac.uk



  • Programme Manager: BSc Applied Psychology
  • Member of various external and internal validation panels
  • Member of the RPEL Board

My Psychology career began by studying for a degree in Psychology in 2001. Following my graduation, I taught A level Psychology and worked as a part-time HPL to help fund my Postgraduate study. In 2010, I completed my Doctorate - Children Solving Analogical Problems: Insights from a Cross-Sectional and Microgenetic Study Using Video Analogues, at the University of Glamorgan. 

I joined the Psychology team at University of Wales Trinity Saint David as a full-time lecturer in 2008. In 2011, I became the programme manager for the BSc Applied Psychology programme based on the Carmarthen campus.

  • British Psychological Society (BPS)
  • Chartered Psychologist

My current undergraduate teaching areas include Developmental and Educational Psychology, Research Methods and Mental Health.

  • ADHD in Children
  • Mental Health
  • Muscle Dysmorphia and Steroid use.
  • Play and Therapeutic Play (MSc)
  • Analogical Problem Solving (PhD)
  • Microgenetic Methodology (PhD)
  • Therapeutic Play (MSc)
  • Test User: Occupational Ability Qualification
  • Test User: Occupational Personality Qualification
  • Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU)

Greenway, C. W., & Rees Edwards, A. (2021). Teaching assistants' facilitators and barriers to effective practice working with children with ADHD: a qualitative study. British Journal of Special Education, 48(3), 347-368.

Barnes, J., Greenway, C., & Morgan, C. (2021). How has Covid-19 affected how teacher educators engage their students in learning? (Education & Covid-19 series). British Educational Research Association. BERA Web link

Greenway, C. W., & Rees Edwards, A. (2021). Agweddau Athrawon tuag at ADCG: Adolygiad ac Argymhellion ar gyfer y Dyfodol, Gwerddon, 32, (March), 7–25.

Greenway, C.W., & Eaton-Thomas, K (2020). Parent experiences of home-schooling children with special educational needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. British Journal of Special Education, 47(4), 510-535.

Greenway, C. W., & Rees Edwards, A. (2020). Knowledge and attitudes towards attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): a comparison of teachers and teaching assistants. Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, 25(1), 31-49.

Greenway, C. W., & Price, C. (2019). Muscle dysmorphia and Self-esteem in former and current users of anabolic-androgenic steroids. Performance Enhancement & Health, 100154.

Greenway, C. W., & Price, C. (2018). A qualitative study of the motivations for anabolic-androgenic steroid use: The role of muscle dysmorphia and self-esteem in long-term users. Performance enhancement & health, 6(1), 12-20.

Greenway, C. W. (2018). The efficacy of Social Stories in the classroom to reduce disruptive behaviours in children with ADHD. Acta Psychopathological, 4(3), 1-10.

 

Reviewer: Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties