The FCRG’s doctoral alumni are active researchers who have gone on to undertake cutting-edge scholarly work in various Forensic and/or Clinical areas of importance. We are proud of our former PhD students and what they have accomplished since their time at the University of Lincoln. Here, we provide some details of our alumni to date.
|Dr Julie Pattinson – completed 2016.
Julie’s PhD research (supervised by Dr Adrian Parke) focused on understanding gambling-related harm within UK adults over the age of 65 years.
|Dr Rachel Orritt – completed 2016.
Rachel’s doctoral research (supervised by Prof Todd Hogue) focused on dog aggression and dog bite prevention.
|Dr Craig Harper – completed 2016.
Craig’s PhD research (supervised by Prof Todd Hogue, Dr Ross Bartels, & Liam McCann) focused on examining the psychological mechanisms that underpin public views and attitudes about sexual offenders.
|Dr Iain Reid – completed 2015.
Iain’s doctoral research (supervised by Dr Lynsey Gozna & Dr Julian Boon) focused on developing a holistic, proactive, and dynamic model of online communication. Related interests included discourses of terrorism and surveillance measures.
|Dr Charlotte Hall – completed 2011.
Charlotte’s PhD (supervised by Prof Todd Hogue) investigated the use of gaze patterns (via eye-tracking technology) as a measure of detecting sexual preference in forensic populations.