Julie Morgan

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Research interests

My research broadly focuses on aspects of applied social cognition, particularly autobiographical memory and social anxiety, and how these relate to technology use. I am interested in the way people use online platforms (e.g., through sharing aspects of the self in social media) and the possible effects of this, which could help us to understand how people experience and regulate their online selves. I am also interested in the way externalising autobiographical remembering, through documenting and sharing information online about the self, could influence how people process and recall memories of personal events. Much of my research draws on quantitative methods, however, I am also keen to use mixed-method approaches which combine both quantitative and qualitative methods.

Supervisory Interests

I am happy to supervise PhD students on topics relating to Social Cognition and Cyberpsychology. I am especially interested in supervising projects on how aspects of cognition influence, and are influenced by, the way people use different social media platforms. I would also supervise projects on anxiety and autobiographical memory, particularly where these projects are linked to Cyberpsychology.  


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