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Miss Elizabeth Scott BSc (Hons) Psychology

Research Administrator / Assistant

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Elizabeth Scott Psychology Research Administrator / Assistant at the University of Southampton, Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences

I graduated from the University of Southampton in 2016. My research project investigated whether difficulties in emotion regulation and self-concept clarity mediate the relationship between trauma and psychosis in a homeless population.

I now work with Dr Nick Maguire, providing research support on two projects relating to mental health in homelessness. The first is based in Lambeth and is evaluating the efficacy of Psychologically Informed Environments (PIEs) in homelessness. The second is based in Bristol and is evaluating the efficacy of Peer-Support Programmes in homelessness.

I am also currently writing a systematic review on psychosocial interventions in homelessness.

  • The day-to-day running of two research projects
  • Collecting data from homeless research participants using various psychological assessments
  • Writing and submitting ethics applications
  • Conducting literature searches and writing reviews
  • Contributing to board reports
  • Organising and developing data storage and data management systems
  • Analysis of data using Excel and SPSS
  • Liaising with finance and procurement, managing small scale budgets and human resources (e.g. timesheets, staff recruitment)
Miss Elizabeth Scott
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 44/4135

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