Mr David Morgan

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Research interests

One of my research interests is how variables (e.g. age, sleep, etc.) impact eyewitness memory performance. One project is a large scale online study investigating the impact of sleep on eyewitness identification. Another project is another large scale online study investigating the impact of sleep on the suceptibility to misnformation. 

Another one of my interests revolves around open science and reproducibility. The two previously mentioned projects were pre-registered (one of which is a Registered Report in stage 1). A third project was a replication of basic sleep effects on memory.

I use signal detection theory to better understand memory and decision-making. I also use baysian analysis in a few ways, one of which is to test evidence in favour of the null hypothesis.

Teaching

I currently teach workshops and lab clases on the Introduction to Psychological Research Methods (PS1010) first year psychology undergraduate course aimed at increasing students’ knowledge of statistics and experimental design.

Educational background

Psychology (BSc), Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)

Research Methods in Psychology (MSc), University College London (UCL)

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