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In 2017, Charlotte graduated from Aston University with a BSc in Psychology. As part of this degree, Charlotte independently organised and implemented a piece of qualitative research which explored both the positive and negative experiences of university students who identify as bisexual.
In 2018, Charlotte attended Royal Holloway, University of London to study Clinical Psychology (MSc). Here, Charlotte devised a research project which analysed the predictive power personal identity and psychological wellbeing had on the phenomenon of ‘camouflaging’ in autistic adults. Charlotte finished her MSc in late August, and will graduate in December 2018.
Whilst finishing her master’s degree, Charlotte joined the University of Cambridge, Behavioural Science Group. She primarily works on the Programme for Adherence to Medication study, which investigates whether digital intervention can support patients to take their medications as prescribed.
Charlotte is interested in research exploring most branches of Psychology. However, her main passions are Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Social Psychology.