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Dai Jones

Senior Lecturer in Psychology

I'm focussed on supporting students and providing positive learning experiences. I'm particularly interested in psychology in everyday life, and the role of psychology in society.


I’ve been at the university for some twenty years, joining as a postgraduate student. In my time I’ve had many roles in student support, including senior tutor and course leader. My lecturing focus has developed over time, and most recently I concentrate on psychology in social context and conceptual and historical issues in psychology.


  • BSc (Hons): Computer Science, University of Warwick, 1990
  • MSc: Cognition, Computing and Psychology, University of Warwick, 1991
  • PGCFHE, Postgraduate Certificate in Further and Higher Education, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, 1997


University Teaching Fellow

Membership of professional bodies


Teaching & Research


History of Psychology

Conceptual Issues in Psychology

Everyday Psychology

Critical Practice in Psychology

Qualitative Methods

Quantitative Methods


Psychology in Everyday Life

Psychology in Social Context

Technology in Supporting Learning


More publications from Dai Jones can be found in the Research Repository.