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Psychologist

Anna Madill, British psychologist. Certified in learning and teaching in higher education University Leeds, 1997. Member of American Psychological Association (associate), Association University Teachers, British Psychological Society (treasurer section on qualitative methods in psychology since 2006, associate editor British Journal Clinical Psychology, originator qualitative research in psychology section).

Background

Madill, Anna was born on January 18, 1965 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Education

Master of Arts in Psychology with honors, University Edinburgh, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University Sheffield, England, 1995.

Career

Visiting lecturer Sheffield (England) Hallam University, 1994—1995. Senior lecturer Institute Psychological Sciences, University Leeds, England, since 1995. Chair International Conference Emerging Complexity in Conducting Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2003.

Achievements

  • Certified in learning and teaching in higher education University Leeds, 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Book review editor: Qualitative Research in Psychology. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of American Psychological Association (associate), Association University Teachers, British Psychological Society (treasurer section on qualitative methods in psychology since 2006, associate editor British Journal Clinical Psychology, originator qualitative research in psychology section).