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Jennifer’s teaching expertise focuses on social psychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology and biological psychology and quantitative and qualitative research methods.
At present, Jennifer teaches on the following modules:
Foundations of Biological and Cognitive Psychology
Social and Developmental Psychology
Additionally, Jennifer supervises final year psychology project students.
Jennifer Coe is currently studying for a PhD in Psychology at the University of Suffolk. Her research interests include human attraction, sexual orientation, sex typicality and theories of biological (hormonal) and evolutionary psychology in relation to attraction patterns.
Jennifer has been involved in several quantitative and qualitative research projects and has recently published a case study on Action Research in the Higher Education Academy Action Research Practice Guide. She has also completed several book reviews for SAGE Publications.
Jennifer was also involved in a project commissioned by Suffolk County Council to review and evaluate the MyGo centre services for NEET young people, mental health and wellbeing and their routes into employment through a programme called MyLife. Jennifer attended and presented at ‘A Childs World’ conference in Aberystwyth, where an abstract was also published.
Jennifer recently completed an internship at the University of East Anglia as a member of the research team for the project COUAGE. This project aided the development of a research culture and community within UoS PGR students by using several activities, workshops and support sessions as well as allowed for there to be a recognition and increase in support for PGR wellbeing. Jennifer’s report was part of a wider report produced by UEA and was presented to funding bodies.
•Coe, J. (2018). Psychology staff perspectives on students’ engagement at University of Suffolk. Guide to Undertaking Action Research, Action Research: Sector Case Studies, Higher Education Academy, 14-19.
•Coe, J., and Rawlings, V. (2018) Reflective case study of the implications of children and young people exiting the education system early: NEET circumstances, low mental health and wellbeing. Presentation at the Child’s World Conference, Aberystwyth, July 2018.
Jennifer is the Executive editor of the Journal of Suffolk Student Research. The Journal of Suffolk Student Research is an online, open access, academic, peer-reviewed journal. It is dedicated to the publication of high-quality undergraduate and taught postgraduate student research undertaken by University of Suffolk students. It aims to showcase the most outstanding primary or secondary data analysis student research undertaken at the University of Suffolk. The journal seeks to promote and recognise the exceptional student research undertaken by our students by offering valuable early experience of academic publishing and the peer review process. The journal is open to the public with the aim of providing engaging content for a non-specialist readership. In addition, an annual graduate conference, open to the public, will be held to coincide with the publication of the journal volume.
If you would like to find out more about the journal please visit the journal’s website https://libguides.uos.ac.uk/journals/studentresearch.
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Jennifer holds the following Professional Memberships:
Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society
Member of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society