Dr Jeremy Phillips

Programme Leader for BSc Forensic Psychology, Senior Lecturer

I am the Programme Leader for BSc Forensic Psychology and my main teaching focus is in Forensic Psychology and Mental Health. My research interests are broad and currently encompass areas of forensic and organisational psychology including emotion recognition in police officers, geographical profiling and the impact of training interventions on driving offenders.

Qualifications

MSc (Hons) First Class. 1993. Managerial and Administrative Studies, Aston University.

MA (Conv) Psychology. 1996. University of Liverpool.

PhD Psychology. Awarded 2001. Modelling Shared Conceptualisations of Organisations: An approach to Organisational Culture. University of Liverpool.

Overview

Jeremy comes from a background in management and has a lot of experience of research and consultancy within organizations.

Email: j.phillips@chester.ac.uk

Teaching

I am the Programme Leader for BSc Forensic Psychology. Furthermore, I am the module leader for Forensic Psychology and Mental Health (PS5012). I also contribute to Core Topics in Psychology (PS4010) and History and Applications of Psychology (PS4012).

Research

My research interests are broad and currently encompass areas of forensic and organisational psychology including emotion recognition in police officers, geographical profiling and the impact of training interventions on driving offenders.