I graduated from Newcastle University in 2001 with first class honours and the Mary McKinnon Prize awarded to the highest scoring student. I completed my PhD at Durham University and have experience in teaching in several North East universities. I am an evolutionary psychologist and my research interests include dark personalities, human mate preferences and mating strategies, and aggression and violence (including domestic abuse).
Hayes, Catherine, Driscoll, Helen and Knowles, Michael (2016) Roll Up Roll Up: Showcasing Excellence and Sharing Best Practice in Programme Delivery across the Faculty of Applied Sciences. In: Learning and Teaching Festival, Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching, University of Sunderland Learning Enhancement Annual Conference, 24-26 Apr, University of Sunderland, UK.. (Submitted)
Owens, R, Driscoll, Helen, Farrelly, Daniel and Crawley, Rosalind (2015) Women Desire More Evidence of Commitment from a Partner as a Relationship Develops. In: Culture and Evolution Symposium, PsyPAG, 22-24 Jul 2015, Glasgow, UK.. (Unpublished)
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