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Kelly Costello

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Academic Tutor

I studied BSc (Hons) Clinical Psychology from 2018-2021 then MSc in Psychological Research Methods at the University before graduating in 2022 and becoming an Academic Tutor. I have taught across a breadth of psychology courses from Integrated Foundation Degrees, undergraduate degree in Psychology to the MSc in Psychological Research Methods.

Teaching and supervision

I currently teach the following modules on BSc (Hons) Psychology with Integrated Foundation Year and BSc (Hons) Psychology.

  • FDN002 – Psychology Foundation project (lecture/workshop)
  • PSY122 – Genes To Mind (workshop)
  • PSY141 – Introduction To Mental Health (workshop)
  • PSY271 – Skills For Life: The Psychology of Personal And Professional Development (workshop)
  • PSY378 – Psychology Of Addiction (workshop)


My research area looks to understand the development and impact of children and adolescents’ primal world beliefs within the context of family dynamics.

Last updated 28 February 2024