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Dr Ailsa Millen

Research Fellow

Psychology University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Ailsa Millen

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About me

Since July 1st 2018, I work full-time as as a Co-Investigator/Research Fellow on the ESRC funded project: Identifying Novel Markers of Concealed Face Recognition (ConFace).

Prior to that I spent two years as an Early Career Fellow where I taught on a number of undergraduate psychology modules (see teaching section) whilst also conducting research within the Face Research Laboratory.

I completed my PhD in 2015 from University of Portsmouth International Research Center in Forensic Psychology (IRCFP). My undergraduate degree was awarded in 2003 from The University of Stirling (BSc Hons Psychology: First Class).

In between my undergraduate studies and PhD I worked as a research assistant on projects in cognitive and computational neuroscience (Stirling, Glasgow and Strathclyde), social learning in humans (Stirling), developmental psychology (Stirling) and investigative interviewing (Aberdeen).

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