Mrs Judith Jackson


Psychology Stirling

Mrs Judith Jackson

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About me

I studied for my undergraduate degree at the University of Stirling as a mature student, and - following an MSc at the University of Edinburgh - returned to Stirling to undertake my PhD studies. During that time, I contributed to a number of undergraduate modules across the 4-year programme, and also assisted in the design and delivery of a final year elective module.

My PhD work investigated the effects of experiencing frequent alcohol-induced memory blackouts on cognition in young adults. Specifically, I am interested in whether repeated binge-drinking which results in memory loss leaves a lasting deficit in memory performance, even after people have 'sobered up'.


MSc Human Cognitive Neuropsychology
University of Edinburgh

BSc Psychology (Hons)
University of Stirling


Cognition Alcohol related memory blackouts Episodic memory EEG Neuroimaging

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I was awarded an Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in 2018.

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