Wakefield Carter MA
I previously studied at the Universities of Cambridge, Poitiers and Oxford before joining Oxford Brookes as a research assistant in April, 1995. In September 1997, I became a Psychology Demonstrator supporting experimental design and analysis and use of computers in Psychology. I maintain the Psychology Internal web pages and have helped develop the department's use of Resource Based Learning. In 2009 I was joint winner of the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network technician award.
Joshi MS and Carter W (2013) Unrealistic optimism: east and west? Front. Psychology, 4:6. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00006
Argyropoulos, Ioannis; Gellatly, Angus; Pilling, Michael; Carter, Wakefield (2012) Set size and mask duration do not interact in object-substitution masking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(3), 646-661. doi: 10.1037/a0030240
Gellatly, A., Pilling, M., Carter, W., & Guest, D. (2010) How does target duration affect object substitution masking? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36(5), 1267-1279.
Lamb, R., Sissons Joshi, M, Carter, W., Cowburn, G. & Matthews, A. (2006) Children's acquisition and retention of safety skills: the Lifeskills program, Injury Prevention, 12, 161-165.
Joshi, M.S., MacLean, M., & Carter, W. (1999) Children's journeys to school: Spatial skills, knowledge and perceptions of the environment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 17, 125-139.
Joshi, M.S., MacLean, M. & Carter, W. (1997) Children's journeys to school - new data and further comments. World Transport Policy and Practice, 3(4), 17-22.