Dr Courtney Taylor Browne Luka

  • Teaching Assistant (Psychology & Neuroscience Education Hub)

email: Courtney.TaylorBrowneLuka@glasgow.ac.uk
pronouns: She/her/hers

School of Psychology, Hillhead Steet, G12 8QB

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2819-0673

Research interests

I completed my undergraduate, MSc and PhD at the University of Glasgow, UK. During my PhD, I investigated the role of social connectedness, support and loneliness in relation to trichotillomania (hair pulling). My research has developed a measure for trichotillomania using the situated assessment method (SAM2) developed by Barsalou and colleagues. I am interested in mental health, BFRBs (body-focused repetitive behaviours - e.g. hair pulling and skin picking), grounded cognition and social connectedness and support. Please get in touch if you have any questions or wish to collaborate.

Publications

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2023

Bolger, F., Rowe, G., Hamlin, I., Belton, I., Crawford, M., Sissons, A., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. , Vasilichi, A. and Wright, G. (2023) Virtuous opinion change in structured groups. Judgment and Decision Making, 18, e25. (doi: 10.1017/jdm.2023.22)

2021

Hamlin, I., Bolger, F., Vasilichi, A., Belton, I., Crawford, M. M., Sissons, A., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. and Wright, G. (2021) Structured groups make more accurate veracity judgements than individuals. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 35(6), pp. 1600-1607. (doi: 10.1002/acp.3892)

Allik, M. , Brown, D. , Taylor Browne Lūka, C. , Macintyre, C., Leyland, A. H. and Henderson, M. (2021) Cohort profile: The ‘Children’s Health in Care in Scotland’ (CHiCS) study—a longitudinal dataset to compare health outcomes for care experienced children and general population children. BMJ Open, 11(9), e054664. (doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-054664) (PMID:34521682) (PMCID:PMC8442099)

Belton, I., Wright, G., Sissons, A., Bolger, F., Crawford, M. M., Hamlin, I., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. and Vasilichi, A. (2021) Delphi with feedback of rationales: How large can a Delphi group be such that participants are not overloaded, de-motivated, or disengaged? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 170, 120897. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120897)

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Articles

Bolger, F., Rowe, G., Hamlin, I., Belton, I., Crawford, M., Sissons, A., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. , Vasilichi, A. and Wright, G. (2023) Virtuous opinion change in structured groups. Judgment and Decision Making, 18, e25. (doi: 10.1017/jdm.2023.22)

Hamlin, I., Bolger, F., Vasilichi, A., Belton, I., Crawford, M. M., Sissons, A., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. and Wright, G. (2021) Structured groups make more accurate veracity judgements than individuals. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 35(6), pp. 1600-1607. (doi: 10.1002/acp.3892)

Allik, M. , Brown, D. , Taylor Browne Lūka, C. , Macintyre, C., Leyland, A. H. and Henderson, M. (2021) Cohort profile: The ‘Children’s Health in Care in Scotland’ (CHiCS) study—a longitudinal dataset to compare health outcomes for care experienced children and general population children. BMJ Open, 11(9), e054664. (doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-054664) (PMID:34521682) (PMCID:PMC8442099)

Belton, I., Wright, G., Sissons, A., Bolger, F., Crawford, M. M., Hamlin, I., Taylor Browne Lūka, C. and Vasilichi, A. (2021) Delphi with feedback of rationales: How large can a Delphi group be such that participants are not overloaded, de-motivated, or disengaged? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 170, 120897. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120897)

This list was generated on Sun Apr 14 00:05:25 2024 BST.