Dr Stephanie Wake
- Position: Lecturer (T&S)
- Areas of expertise: social neuroscience; behavioural neuroscience; social psychology; pedagogical research; innovative assessment; creative teaching
- Email: S.Wake@leeds.ac.uk
- Location: 1.04 School of Psychology
I am a Teaching and Scholarship lecturer in the School of Psychology. My background lies broadly in the field of cognitive, behavioural, and social neuroscience. I completed my PhD under the supervision of Keise Izuma at The University of York, studying the neural basis of social information processing.
My academic interests include pedagogical research, understanding how we can improve best practise to ensure students thrive both academically and personally during their time at university. I currently lead the Research in the Psychology of Student Education (RitPOSE) group, where I am involved in projects exploring undergraduate emotions toward feedback, and perceptions surrounding innovative assessment modalities.
- PhD in Social Neuroscience
- MSc in Psychological Research Methods
- BSc in Psychology Hons
- Associate Fellow of Advanced Higher Education (AFHEA)
I lead the first year module Biological Approaches to Human and Animal Behaviour PSYC1624/5 in the second semester. Additionally, I teach the biological component of Psychological Disorders PSYC2503/3403.