Miss Lindsay Lenton

Miss Lindsay Lenton

School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)


PhD (in progress) in adolescent anti-social behaviour

MSc in Psychological Research Methods (Distinction)

BSc in Psychology (First)

I have a background in youth support work (10 years)

Professional membership

I am a graduate member of the British Psychological Society.

Roles on external bodies

I sit on the committee for the South West branch division of the British Psychological Society & I am also the Plymouth hub lead.

Research interests

Psychology of adolescence

Adolescent anti-social behaviour

Criminal psychology

Psychology of religion

Personality & individual differences

Grants & contracts

British Psychological Society, Division of Forensic Psychology: Conference Bursary (June 2016).

Economic Social Research Council PhD Studentship (Oct 2018)


Bacon, A., Lenton-Maughan, L., & May, J. (2018). Trait emotional intelligence and social deviance in males and females. Personality and Individual Differences, 122, 79-86.

Other academic activities

Lenton-Maughan, L (2019, July). Growing up with coercive control. Presentation given at the International Cultic Studies Association International Conference, Manchester, UK.

Lenton-Maughan, L (2017, June). Are adolescent antisocial females unique? Poster session presented at the British Psychological Society, Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, Bristol, UK.

Additional information

Award for the best final year project in Personality & Individual Differences. Graduating class of September 2017.

British Psychological Society Certificate of Commendation for oral presentation: March 2017.