Judith Marshall

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Dr Judith  Marshall BSc (Hons); PGCE(FE); MSc; PhD; CPsychol; AFBPsS; FHEA

Lecturer in Psychology

Tel: 01792 482013
E-mail: judith.marshall@uwtsd.ac.uk

  • Lecturer: Undergraduate | Postgraduate
  • Admissions tutor (Swansea Psychology undergraduate programmes)
  • Module leader
  • Personal tutor
  • Undergraduate Dissertation supervisor
  • Masters Dissertation supervisor
  • PhD supervisor

As part of the programme team at UWTSD, Swansea, I contribute to teaching, assessment and supervision within Psychology.

Prior to this I lectured in Psychology on the BSc Psychology and BA Social Inclusion programmes at UWTSD, Carmarthen and also assessed MSc Dissertations.

I have also taught Psychology on both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes at Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences. These included BA and MSc degrees. I also taught on the PGCE(FE) programme, which included assessing lecturers on placement.

  • Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
  • Chartered Psychologist
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Full member of Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology
  • Full member of BPS Social Psychology section
  • Full member of BPS Developmental Psychology section
  • Full member of Welsh Branch BPS
  • Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD)

My main undergraduate teaching areas are Developmental Psychology, Individual Differences and Social Psychology.

Modules I teach on include: 

  • Understanding the Self
  • Developmental and Social Psychology
  • Childhood Mental Health and Development
  • Individual Differences across the Lifespan
  • Social Psychology
  • Social Knowledge and Identity
  • Society and Psychology

My main research interests lie at the intersection of the individual and the social, including the ways in which knowledge and identity are constructed.  Specifically:

  • The ways in which people draw upon historically-rooted culturally-based understandings as symbolic resources for making sense of the world.
  • The ways in which embodied knowledge, skills and practices impact upon identity formation.
  • People’s ability to identify and engage with political activity within their communities
  • The power of social and physical locales to constrain and facilitate the ways in which people are able to engage with education and imagine futures in education and work.

Current research project:  ‘Late Diagnoses of Specific Learning Differences: Managing Identity and Engagement’

PhD: ‘Imagining Futures in Changing Locales: De-industrialisation and education/work interfaces’. A contribution to social psychological theory.

Qualitative methods and analysis, including interviewing, focus groups, photo-elicitation methods, mobile methods, mixed methods.

Davies, SMB, Lohmann-Hancock, C., Welton, N, Sutton, L, McKnight, G, Fletcher- Miles, J, Jones, S, Williams, D., & Marshall, J. (2014). Perceptions of Poverty: A Study of the Impact of Age on Opinions about Poverty. Carmarthen: Pennath.