Dr Emily Nordmann
- Senior Lecturer (Psychology & Neuroscience Education Hub)
I am a teaching-focused lecturer and predominantly teach research methods, cognitive psychology, and individual differences. I am currently the Level 1 Year Lead.
My pedagogical research focuses on how students use lecture recordings. Some of my research is concerned with effective study strategies and how lecture recordings relate to learning more generally but I am also interested in how recordings can provide flexibility for those students who have additional demands such as caring responsibilities, physical and mental health problems, and/or length and expensive commutes.
In addition to my pedagogical research I am also interested in non-literal language, in particular swearing, and how the perception and use of swearing relates to gender and sexual orientation.
Finally, creating and supporting an inclusive environment is very important to me, particularly concerning LGBTQ representation.
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