– BSc, MRes, PhD
Lecturer and Researcher, University of Southampton
Bio: My main area of research is metacognition, or thinking about thinking, in psychosis spectrum disorders and hallucination experiences more generally. Here I look at how different measures of metacognition are associated with hallucination experiences, mood, cognition and outcomes. I also investigate metacognition in healthy ageing. My PhD thesis (2015) covered “Metacognition and Insight in Health, Psychosis and Dementia: relationship with mood and neurocognition“.