Mrs Lindsay Maughan
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)
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.
Psychology of adolescence
Adolescent anti-social behaviour
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.
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.