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Academic Biography

Dr. Jill Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology in the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law. She studied her first degree in Psychology at the University of Sunderland and completed an MSc in Forensic Psychology at the University of Kent. She completed her PhD at the University of Portsmouth supervised by Dr. Clare Wilson. Her PhD work examines how subjective experiences of time perspective and representations of time influence emotions and behaviour.

Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities

Jill has extensive experience teaching and researching attitude and behaviour change, positive psychology, subjective well-being, and how different constructs of selfhood can enrich the human experience. Jill is the module leader for ‘Positive Psychology: Happiness and Wellbeing' and ‘The Psychology of Everyday Self'.

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Metaphor Medicine & Life Sciences
disengagement Social Sciences
Aggression Medicine & Life Sciences
Violence Medicine & Life Sciences
Emotions Medicine & Life Sciences
aggression Social Sciences
self-efficacy Social Sciences
violence Social Sciences

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Projects 2019 2020

Development and evaluation of MyLifeTool

Kilinc, S., Cole, J., Hammond, L., Campbell, M. & Taylor, J.

7/01/1931/07/20

Project: Research

Research Output 2004 2019

Cyber consumer decision-making styles: a qualitative approach

LOW, T., Zhu, X., Swainston, K. & Taylor, J., 10 Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

The lived experience of men diagnosed with melanoma: A qualitative exploration using photo-elicitation.

Healey, R., Swainston, K. & Taylor, J., 18 Mar 2019, In : Health Psychology Update. Special Issue

Research output: Contribution to journalMeeting Abstract

The lived experience of men diagnosed with melanoma: A qualitative exploration using photo-elicitation.

Healey, R., Swainston, K. & Taylor, J., 11 Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Using our understanding of time to increase self-efficacy towards goal achievement.

Taylor, J. & Wilson, C., Aug 2019, In : Heliyon. 5, 8, p. e02116

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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self-efficacy
fatalism
time
questionnaire
present
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Open Access
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Emotions
Learning
Research
Self-Control
Surveys and Questionnaires