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Lee graduated from Durham University in 2006 with a BSc in Applied Psychology. Following this, he completed an MA in Research Methods (Developmental Psychology) and a PhD in Psychology, under the supervision of Professor Anne Campbell at Durham University. Lee's area of expertise is in Evolutionary Psychology, specifically, how certain behaviours cluster together as adaptive strategies in response to local ecological conditions.
Lee also has an active interest in education. His professional roles before his appointment to Teesside involved working in a secondary school and as a researcher/assessment developer at Durham University's Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM).
Summary of Research Interests
Lee has a variety range of interests that fall broadly into the following areas:
- Evolutionary Psychology and Human Life History Strategies
- Sex Differences in Social and Cognitive Behaviours
- Assessment Design
- Increasing Social Mobility and Reducing Inequality in Educational Outcomes
- Attainment and Progress in Education
Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities
Lee currently delivers material on the following modules:
- PSY2062-N: Psychopathologies and Individual Differences
- PSY2065-N: Conducting Research in Psychology
- PSY2066-N: Applied Research in Psychology
- PSY4043-N: Applied Quantitative Research Methods
- PSY4152-N: Psychopathologies and Individual Differences
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What psychological interventions are effective for the management of Persistent Physical Symptoms (PPS): A systematic review.
1/02/21 → 2/07/21
Anxiety and covid-19 compliance behaviors in the UK: the moderating role of conspiratorial thinking.Copping, L., 10 Mar 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Personality and Individual Differences. 192, 111604.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
What psychological interventions are effective for the management of Persistent Physical Symptoms (PPS)? A systematic review and meta-analysisSwainston, K., Thursby, S., Bell, B., Poulter, H., Dismore, L. & Copping, L., 15 Jul 2022, In: British Journal of Health Psychology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile23 Downloads (Pure)
What psychological interventions are effective for the management of Persistent Physical Symptoms (PPS)? A systematic review and meta-analysis.Swainston, K., Thursby, S., Bell, B., Poulter, H., Dismore, L. & Copping, L., 11 Mar 2022, (Accepted/In press).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › peer-review
Campbell, A. C., Copping, L. & Cross, C., 6 Apr 2021, (Accepted/In press) 99 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
Statistical Analysis Report for 'Driving following a diagnosis of dementia: exploring the views and experiences of patients and their carers - a national survey'Swainston, K. & Copping, L., 5 Jul 2021, (Submitted)
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report