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Dr Jennifer Murray
I am an Associate Professor of Decision Science working across the fields of forensic psychology and applied health research.
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Dr Andrew Wooff Jan 16
Delighted this paper has been published. We argue: ✅Sykes' work is useful for police custody but; ✅custody is uncertain,liminal, anticipatory.Noise/env is imp ✅ we use 'penal painscape' to conceptualize ✅need 4closer links btwn police+prison studies
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Hugh Kearns Jan 15
The in the UK recently surveyed over 4,000 researchers. They found: Poor research culture is leading to unhealthy competition, bullying and harassment, and mental health issues.
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Academic Chatter Jan 15
Anon. question “I'm a newly disabled PhD student. My advisor & dis. office want to help but don't know how. No one has any experience w/ accommodations at the PhD level. Please, if you have experience, what's your dept do for disabled PhDs esp. at the comps/diss writing stage?”
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 15
Replying to @JennK3s
Thank you so much for sharing! I'm not dorectly supervising but have been supporting the study design 😊
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 15
Please do note that this survey uses crime-based vignettes if you are taking part and may be sensitive to descriptions of crimes.
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 15
Please consider taking part in one of student's undergraduate dissertation project, which is an online survey which is looking at "public perceptions on punitive action of a serious offender" if you have spare time and an interest 😊 Link:
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 14
Replying to @Mollie_isdone
Never realised it was a weird thing until years later 😄
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 14
Replying to @Mollie_isdone
Also, did I ever tell you during supervision (as you know I tend to ramble!) that I had a clown alter-ego as part of my travelling cabaret for a time? I was "Eccles" 🤡😂
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 14
Replying to @Mollie_isdone
100% accurate indicator 😅😁
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British Psychological Society Jan 14
BPS Scotland is holding a free undergraduate conference at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, on Saturday 4 April. Submit your research, come along and network or explore opportunities in the Futures Fair. Book your place now!
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Ooooh, really looking forward to reading this!
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Dr Alys Cole-King Jan 13
Which do you prefer to describe a plan summarising what to do when distressed & how to access support and services Crisis Plan vs SafetyPlan Different names for same thing? Does it make a difference? Grateful ALL views & opinions
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Maddi Pownall Jan 13
I see a lot of Psychology ECRs on Twitter discuss the extortionate costs of conference registration/travel. Throughout the first year of my PhD I started compiling a list of travel bursaries suitable for postgrads. Here's a short thread of open funding opportunities: 1/9
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @lukewrd @JulieH_Psyc
That kindness and quiet but meaningful attention to an individual's strengths has stayed with me. I hope that I make a meaningful difference to my students beyond the learning materials.
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @lukewrd @JulieH_Psyc
Much better! When I was a kid I had a different accent from my classmates and was super quiet as I was self-conscious of it. I liked to draw and my teacher would let me use her artsy pens to 'draw the discussions' so that I didn't have to speak up but could still contribute 😊
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Hannah Mcloughlin Jan 13
Any mental health physios out there? I need to pick your brains!
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @pixiegirle
I went into an M&S clearance a while ago. It was a heaven of discounted sensible jumpers and comfy nighties 😁
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @AlysColeKing @CrimPsyc
Crisis plan, this was thought to be more about what needs to happen (procedural). The use of safety plan was considered to focus more on the person & how they can be supported rather than assessed, if that makes sense? However, it was a class discussion and not based on papers /3
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @AlysColeKing @CrimPsyc
In terms of expanding, the class was focused on risk assessment and the students are used to that language (not all keen on it and good critical discussion was had). When used, risk assessment was considered to focus on negative aspects and things that need to 'stop'. With 2?
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Dr Jennifer Murray Jan 13
Replying to @AlysColeKing @CrimPsyc
I've not come across any consensus nationally or internationally, though am not an expert. I hear crisis plan used in mental health nursing and it may be language carried over from other aspects, possibly? Again not sure and happy to be corrected :) 1/?
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