Staff Directory

Last Updated

17/01/2018

Email
Telephone
01522 88 6155

About Patrick Hylton

I joined the University in Sept 1999, having previously lectured at the University of Greenwich, the University of Northampton and Nottingham Trent University.

Department Responsibilities

Module co-ordinator: Conceptual Psychology (year three core module) Organisational Psychology (year three elective) I also lecture on the Social Psychology Module (year two core module), Investigating the Individual (year two core module), Themes, Issues and Debate (year one single psychology module) and Current Research Issues in Psychology (year one single psychology module). I contribute to Research Skills 2 (year two core module), and supervise research projects for third year students. Other responsibilities include; Programme Leader for BSc Psychology with Criminal Psychology Member of the Ethic Committee Member of the School of Psychology Research Committee

Subject Specialism

Social psychology; Critical psychology

Qualifications

  • PhD in Psychology - ‘The Social Construction of African-Caribbean Identities: A Black British Male P
  • BSc (Hons) Psychology (University of East London, 1991)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Open University, 2001)

Awards

  • Hylton P., Kisby B. & Goddard, P. (2011-12) “Young People’s Citizen Identities.” University of Lincoln College Research Fund:
  • Kilby, L. & Hylton, P. (April 2009). Constructing the Holocaust: lay perceptions in contemporary society; Winning Poster in Social Psychology category at the British Psychological Society annual conference, Brighton, UK.

Consultancy

Regularly invited to presenter at, and assistant in the organisation of, the Association for the Teaching (ATP) Annual A-level Psychology Conference. Barker C. & Hylton, P.L. (2012). “A-Level Psychology. Fit for Purposes? (Whose Purpose?)” Presentation at the 30th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, Aston University, Birmingham 6th-8th July 2012. Hylton, P.L. (2011). “Teaching Issues of Diversity; A Focus on Social Class.” Presentation at the 29th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 8-10th July. Hylton, P.L. (2010). “The Psychology of Terrorism.” Presentation at the 28th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Keele, 2-4 July. Hylton, P.L. (2010). “Introduction Critical Psychology.” Presentation at the 28th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Keele, 2-4 July. Hylton, P.L. (2009). “The Psychology of Diversity”. Presentation at the Association for the 27th Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, Exeter University, 9-10 July. Kilby, L. & Hylton, P. (April 2009). Constructing the Holocaust: lay perceptions in contemporary society. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society annual conference, Brighton, UK. Hylton, P.L. (2008). “Black Doll, White Doll: the times have changed.” Presentation at the 26th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Lincoln, 8th-10 July Ambros, H. &  Hylton, P.L. (2008) “A study into the effect that induced mood has on cognitive processing and creativity using a global-local visual paradigm and an abstract shape creativity task”. Poster presented at “Presentation at the 26th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Lincoln, 8th-10 July Kilby L. & Hylton, P.L. (2008, July) “Constructing the Holocaust: Lay Perceptions in Contemporary Society.” Poster presented at the 26th Association for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Lincoln, 8th-10 July

Orcid ID

0000-0002-1371-6898

Research in the Lincoln Repository


Professional Affiliations

  • Not applicable