Dr Jennifer Drabble is a Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, and a chartered psychologist (CPsychol) with the British Psychological Society. She has a BSc (Psychology), MSc (Forensic psychology), PhD, PGCert (LTHE), and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has a wide range of experience in teaching and research nwithin psychology.
Jennifer’s research interests are generally around forensic mental health, with a particular focus on self-harm and personality disorders. She also has research interests in investigative psychology (particularly working with the police), cybercrime, and Islamophobia. She welcomes enquiries from well-qualified students who are interested in PhD study within these broad areas, and from colleagues who are interested in collaborative research.
Jennifer also has an interest in outreach work and in making forensic psychology accessible. She serves on the editorial board for Psychreg Journal of Psychology, and you can follow her on Twitter @jenniedrabble
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