About Fenja Ziegler
Originally from the far north of Germany, I moved to the UK to study for my BSc in Psychology at City University, London. I completed my PhD in Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham, before taking up a post as Lecturer and Research Fellow in the School of Psychology there. In September 2010, I moved to Lincoln University as a senior lecturer in Psychology and was promoted to Principal Lecturer in 2015.
When not researching or teaching Psychology, I am running through the Lincolnshire countryside dragged by a pair of exuberant hounds, reading, listening to music (or making it, badly) or battling the winds of Lincoln on my bike.
Programme Leader (BSc Psychology)
Module co-ordinator for Developing Individual in Society (Level 1)
Lectures on Conceptual Psychology (Level 1)
Lectures on Sleep, Emotion and Cognition (Level 3)
IS project supervision (Level 3)
Summer Scientist week founder
Social media and news page editor
Research participation scheme coordinator (including SONA)
Academic Liaison for BPS
Member Athena Swan working group member and LGBTQi Champion
behavioural economics, social decision making, perspective-taking, theory of mind
PhD Psychology and Philosophy
— University of Nottingham, 2004
— City University, 1999
External Activities and Consultancy
Member of the ESRC Peer Review College (2015 - )
Member of the Publication Committee - SSOL
External Examiner: University of Gloucestershire
Reviewer for Academic Journals, including: British Journal of Developmental Psychology; British Journal of Psychology; Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology; Developmental Psychology; Developmental Science; European Journal of Developmental Psychology; Infant and Child Development; Journal of Child Language; Mind, Brain and Education; Philosophical Psychology; Psychonomic Bulletin and Review; Thinking & Reasoning.
Reviewer for Grants: Leverhulme Trust, ESRC, National Swiss Science Foundation, National Research Foundation of South Africa.