Ms Jess Darby

Supervised by

  • Amina Memon First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/0927/07/14

  • Amina Memon First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/09 → …

  • Amina Memon First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/096/11/15

  • Andrew MacLeod First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/15 → …

Personal profile

My PhD is supervised by Professor Andrew MacLeod. My research area is prospection – the ability to project yourself forward in time to pre-experience a one-time event in the future. I am interested in the phenomenological differences between real and imagined events set in the past or future and the cognitive mechanisms of how we experience the self across time.

I completed my BSC. (Hons) in Psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2009. I have worked as an Academic Tutor and Research Assistant to Professor Kathy Rastle and Dr. Ryan McKay in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway. I have been a visiting lecturer in Forensic Psychology since 2013 at Kingston University, the University of Greenwich, London South Bank University, University of Roehampton and London Metropolitan University. From 2009-2015 I taught Community Education courses in Introductory Psychology at Strode’s College in Egham and St. Francis Xavier College in Clapham, London. 

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