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Dr Jennifer Mattschey

Profile summary

Professional biography

I joined the OU in 2018 as an Associate Lecturer and moved into my role as Staff Tutor in early 2022, prior to which I worked at a number of Scottish universities. As a Staff Tutor, I work with Psychology Associate Lecturers in R02 and on the DE200 module team.

Professional Qualifications

2020 - 2021 MA in Online and Distance Education, Merit (Open University)
2015 - 2019 PhD in Psychology (University of Aberdeen)
2014 - 2015 MSc in Brain Imaging Methods, Distinction (University of Glasgow)
2010 - 2014 MA(Hons) in Psychology, 1st-class (University of Aberdeen)

 

Professional Memberships

  • The British Psychological Society: Chartered Psychologist
  • Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AdvanceHE)
  • Certified Members of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT)

Research interests

My research interests focus on the social and cognitive aspects of bilingualism, although I also maintain an interest in executive functioning research. My scholarship interests focus on open pedagogy and research methods, particularly in regard to teaching related to the replication crisis and how we can implement open research practices into scholarship. 

Publications

Taming temptation: visual perspective impacts consumption and willingness to pay for unhealthy foods (2016)
Christian, Brittany M.; Miles, Lynden K.; Kenyeri, Sophie T.; Mattschey, Jennifer and Macrae, C. Neil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22(1) (pp. 85-94)


Bilingual Advantage in Executive Functioning: P-Curve Meta-Analysis (2016)
Mattschey, Jennifer; Nordmann, Emily and Cleland, Alexandra A.
In : UK-CLC 2016 Conference (Jun 2016, Bangor, UK)


Anatomical connectivity of temporal voice areas (2015-06-14)
Mattschey, Jennifer; Sammler, Daniela; Belin, Pascal and Anwander, Alfred
In : 21st Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (Jun 2015)


Are some targets tracked more than others? Investigating the role of multifocal attention in multiple identity tracking using frequency-tagging
Andersen, S. K.; Allen, Roy and Mattschey, Jennifer
In : 38th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) (24-27 Aug 2015, Liverpool, UK) (p 102)