Dr Jess Darby

Supervised by

  • Amina Memon First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/0927/07/14

  • Amina Memon First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/096/11/15

  • Andrew MacLeod First/primary/lead supervisor

    1/10/15 → …

Personal profile

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.

My PhD was supervised by Professor Andrew MacLeod and was awarded in October 2019. I currently work as a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Roehampton. I completed my BSC. (Hons) in Psychology at Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2009. Previously 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 was a visiting lecturer in Forensic Psychology from 2013-2018 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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