- HPL - Psychology
- Faculty of Life Sciences and Education
She has written articles on topics within Forensic Psychology for Psychology Review which is aimed at ‘A’ Level and A/S Psychology students. She has also written two chapters aimed at ‘A’ Level and A/S Psychology students. Dr Sandie Taylor has published articles in a number of different journals. She has published two texxtbooks in the area of forensic psychology and criminology and a textbook in collaboration with Professor Lance Workman on The Psychology of Human Social Development. As a second string to her bow, Sandie has also been involved in designing and delivering modules on developmental psychology for over 17 years.
Taylor, S. and Workman, L. (2021). Cognitive Psychology: The Basics. Abingdon: Routledge.
Taylor, S. (2019). Forensic Psychology: The Basics (2nd edn.). Abingdon: Routledge.
Taylor, S. and Workman, L. (2018). The Psychology of Human Social Development. Abingdon: Routledge.
Taylor, S. (2016). Crime and Criminality: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Abingdon: Routledge.
Taylor, S. (2015). Forensic Psychology: The Basics. Abingdon: Routledge.
Skills And Qualifications
- Teaching Specialisms include: Forensic Psychology, Criminological and Investigative Psychology； Criminology； Developmental Psychology
- Academic and fiction writing
- Research/Scholarly interests include: Offender profiling； Eyewitness testimony； Mock juror deliberation； Face recognition； Development of lateralisation of emotional expression in humans
Publications And Past Projects
- Consultancy role for the Addictions Unit (South Glamorgan Probation Service) in 1992. Designed an inventory called ‘Attitudes Towards Alcohol Questionnaire’ (AtaQuest). Assessed drink-drivers' readiness to change.
- Statistical analyses and document preparation for the Welsh Office in 1992 concerning drugs and crime from offenders in prison, on probation or using drug agencies.