Dr Ian Bushnell

  • Senior Lecturer (Psychology)

telephone: 01413305526
email: Ian.Bushnell@glasgow.ac.uk

CONSULTATION HOURS: Mondays 9-11 (Best to email for an appointment) Other times available - just send an email with some suggested times

Research interests

Chair of the Division of Occupational Psychology (British Psychological Society) 2014-15.

Main areas of interest are in the application of psychology to Employability and Leadership, with a particular interest in Psychopathy and Leadership.

PhD from University of Cambridge. Academic roles in the University of Strathclyde and the University of Liverpool

Open Day co-ordinator.


Publications

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2016

Bleau, R., Bushnell, I. W. R. and Copsey, D. (2016) The Collaborative Development of an Occupational Psychology Internship: Students and Employers as Partners. In: th University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 April 2016,

2007

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2007) Life after university: A Personal Development Programme. London: Pearson.,

2003

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2003) Newborn face recognition. In: Pascalis, O. and Slater, A., (eds.) Development of Face Processing in Infancy and Early Childhood: Current Perspectives. Nova Science: New York, pp. 41-53. ISBN 9781590337752

2001

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2001) Mother's face recognition in newborn infants: learning and memory. Infant and Child Development, 10(1-2), pp. 67-74. (doi:10.1002/icd.248)

Bushnell, I.W.R. and Robb, M. (2001) Call centres - Sweatshops or not? Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 9(2), p. 164.

1996

Bushnell, I.W.R. (1996) A comparison of the validity of handwriting analysis with that of the Cattell 16PF. International Journal of Selection and Assesment(4), pp. 12-17.

De Roiste, A. and Bushnell, I.W.R. (1996) Tactile Stimulation: Short and long term benefits for pre-term infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology(14), pp. 41-53.

1995

Bushnell, I.W.R. (1995) Computers and employee selection. New Psychologist(4), pp. 29-36.

This list was generated on Sat Dec 7 13:59:37 2019 GMT.
Number of items: 8.

Articles

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2007) Life after university: A Personal Development Programme. London: Pearson.,

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2001) Mother's face recognition in newborn infants: learning and memory. Infant and Child Development, 10(1-2), pp. 67-74. (doi:10.1002/icd.248)

Bushnell, I.W.R. and Robb, M. (2001) Call centres - Sweatshops or not? Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 9(2), p. 164.

Bushnell, I.W.R. (1996) A comparison of the validity of handwriting analysis with that of the Cattell 16PF. International Journal of Selection and Assesment(4), pp. 12-17.

De Roiste, A. and Bushnell, I.W.R. (1996) Tactile Stimulation: Short and long term benefits for pre-term infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology(14), pp. 41-53.

Bushnell, I.W.R. (1995) Computers and employee selection. New Psychologist(4), pp. 29-36.

Book Sections

Bushnell, I.W.R. (2003) Newborn face recognition. In: Pascalis, O. and Slater, A., (eds.) Development of Face Processing in Infancy and Early Childhood: Current Perspectives. Nova Science: New York, pp. 41-53. ISBN 9781590337752

Conference Proceedings

Bleau, R., Bushnell, I. W. R. and Copsey, D. (2016) The Collaborative Development of an Occupational Psychology Internship: Students and Employers as Partners. In: th University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 April 2016,

This list was generated on Sat Dec 7 13:59:37 2019 GMT.