Dr Jennifer Coe
Dr Jennifer Coe is a Lecturer in Psychology and Deputy Course Leader of the Undergraduate Psychology degree routes within the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Suffolk. Her research interests predominantly lie in human attraction, sexual orientation, sex typicality and theories of biological and evolutionary psychology in relation to attraction patterns. She is also interested in research projects exploring topics such as health and wellbeing, education, gender, and sexuality (roles, love, sex, relationships, health, systems, power relations, discrimination), understanding atypical behaviours, social identities, influence of tasks and developmental pathways on neurological responses. She also has experience of programming in Inquisit, Qualtrics and E-Prime as well as engaged in using EEG and Eye tracking.
Externally, she is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a registered member of the British Psychology Society and of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society. Jennifer has been involved in several quantitative and qualitative research projects and has recently published a case study on Action Research in the Higher Education Academy Action Research Practice Guide. She was also involved in the COURAGE project (headed by University of East Anglia) as the sole project member from the University of Suffolk. This project was aiming to improve postgraduate research student culture, community, and well-being. She has also completed a number of book reviews for SAGE Publications.
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