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Summary: Anna Madill specializes in qualitative methods. Her research is broadly in the field of 'well-being' and, increasing, on gender and sexuality. She is Deputy Head and Chair in Qualitative Inquiry.
Location: Room G.02a, Psychology Building
Teaching Commitments: Psychological Disorders PSYC2503 Mini Projects PSYC2505 Final Year Projects PSYC3520 Systematic Research Review PSYC5320M PATH Research Project PSYC5670M Research Skills 3 PSYC2029 Gender & Popular Culture/Gender & Sexualities in World Cinema GEND
Anna Madill specializes in qualitative methods with particular interest in social constructionist approaches. Her research is broadly in the field of 'well-being' and her current projects include research funded by the British Academy on Boys' Love manga. She is Deputy Head and Chair in Qualitative Inquiry in the School of Psychology, University of Leeds and is the psychology contact for, and member of, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies.
Anna Madill is a Chartered Psychologist, a Chartered Scientist, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She Co-Founded and Chaired (2008-11) the British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section. Anna Madill is Associate Editor of the British Journal of Clinical Psychology and on the editorial boards of the British Journal of Social Psychology, Qualitative Psychology, and Qualitative Research in Psychology. She Chairs the Crohn's and Colitis UK 'Living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease' Research Awards Committee and is an International Affiliate of the American Psychological Society.