Job: Senior Lecturer
Faculty: Health and Life Sciences
School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences
Research group(s): Psychology Research Group, The Criminal Justice, Policy and Practice Research Group
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.
T: +44 (0)116 257 7823
Dr. Noon’s research interests are mainly in the field of Criminological and Forensic Psychology. The focus of her research interest is in investigative interviewing of witnesses and victims (particularly children), individuals’ experience of the legal system, and the identification procedures currently in use in England and Wales.
Additional interests include Sport Psychology, and Cybercrime and Cyber bulling.
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BSc(hons) Psychology and PhD
Psychology in Context (PSYC1093)
Criminological and Forensic Psychology (PSYC3016)
Library Based Project (PSYC3001)
Certificate in Cognitive Interviewing, Florida International University, 1993.
Major Contributions to Exhibitions, Performances and Commissions
1991 - Co-Convenor of Symposium. Investigative Interviewing and the Cognitive Interview. B.P.S. Annual Conference. Bournemouth.
Open University Introduction to Psychology Course.
Dr Noon is currently a supervisor for three PhD students. The topics of the PhDs are:
Involved in two previously successful grant applications:
HEIF grant 2007-2008. This research explored eyewitness identification procedures and was conducted with the collaboration of the Leicestershire Constabulary and Dr. Mark Scase.
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