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Overview

Areas of research expertise.

My PhD was in applied Behaviour Analysis, specifically 'fluency building in Maths'.  I am also interested in qualitive research in relation to developmental Psychology.

 


Current research activities

These invlove student experiences of active learning in higher education and the changes in Play behaviour over time form a parents perspective.


Desired research direction

I hope to continue with research in the area of developmental psychology as well as return to issues relating to Applied Behaviour Analysis.


Target Collaborative organizations

local authorities and higher education institutions. 

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Research Output 2013 2016

Parents' perceptions of children's play experiences, from past to present

Robertson, A., 14 Sep 2016.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

parents
present
experience
emotional development
addiction

"You learn more, because you do your own work": university students' experiences of active learning within a STEM discipline

Robertson, A., Knoll, M., McGregor, S. & Bryceland, C., 14 Aug 2014.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

The effectiveness of non- traditional learning styles: university students' perceptions of active and co-operative learning

Robertson, A., Knoll, M. & McGregor, S., 20 Nov 2013.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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