Dr Claire Taylor
I am a Lecturer in Psychology and teach across a number of degree programmes including BSc (Hons) Psychology, MSc Psychology (Conversion), MSc Globalisation and Crime, BA (Hons) Social Sciences and other related disciplines.
- BA (Hons) Psychology – University of Strathclyde
- MSc Research Methods – University of Strathclyde
- PhD in Psychology entitled Multiple Missing: An Exploration of Psychological & Behavioural Consistencies in Repeat Missing Adults – Abertay University, Dundee
In addition to missing persons and missing behaviour, my broader research interests lie within the fields of forensic, criminal and investigative psychology and in particular, how psychology can help to inform evidence-based policing.
Publications and Conference Papers
- Taylor, C., Woolnough, P.S., & Dickens G.L. (2018). Adult Missing Persons: A Concept Analysis, Psychology, Crime & Law, DOI: 10.1080/1068316X.2018.1529230
- Taylor C., Woolnough, P., & Cunningham, S., (2019). Repeat Missing Adults: Incidences and Characteristics. 4th International Conference on Missing Children and Adults. University of Liverpool.
- Taylor C., Woolnough, P., & Cunningham, S., (2019). Multiple Missing: Behavioural Consistencies in Repeat Missing Adults. 4th International Conference on Missing Children and Adults. University of Liverpool
- Taylor, C., Woolnough, P. & Dickens, G. (2017). Exploring the potential for Missing Proclivity. 3rd International Conference on Missing Children and Adults. Abertay University, Dundee.
- I am based at UHI Perth (Room 323, Brahan Building) however email is the best way to contact me: Claire.Taylor.email@example.com
In my spare time, I enjoy watching sports (particularly football), reading about serial killers and I am also a huge fan of Ru Paul’s Drag Race.