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Alison works as a researcher in the Northern Hub for Veterans and Military Families Research (since 2016). Here, she is the lead on Military Families Expansion of the Map of Need. Other Hub projects Alison has been involved in include research on veterans’ reluctance to access help for alcohol problems and on the health and social wellbeing of older limbless veterans.

Alison completed a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and MRes in Psychology at Northumbria University and is working towards a PhD, focussing on the psycho-social impact of intermittent separation on geographically dispersed military families.

With a background in Psychology, she has also worked on projects exploring the effect of a risk to an eating disorder on response inhibition and working memory, the processing of visual short-term memory and the impact of alcohol consumption on cognition. Alison is a mixed methods researcher and has experience with EEG, ERPs, and Framework Analysis.  She is a Graduate Member of the British Psycholgical Society.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, MRes


Psychology, BSc (Hons)


Psychology, PhD

2017 → …


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