Dr Lynsey Mahmood
Lynsey recently joined the Organisational Psychology Group after completing her PhD at the University of Kent. Lynsey's primary area of interest is in mindfulness and its applications to social judgements and person evaluations. She is also interested in group dynamics, decision-making and employee behaviour, with a particular focus on organisational identity, motivation and leadership.
Other projects that Lynsey has been involved in include investigating whether work placements improve skill development and perceptions of employability, and testing the use of a brief mindfulness task in reducing stereotype threat in children.
Lynsey is currently the Deputy Admissions Officer for UG Psychology and the Association for Business Psychology (ABP) LinkedIn manager.
- PhD, University of Kent, United Kingdom, Sep 2012 – Jan 2017
- MSc by Research in Psychology, University of Kent, United Kingdom, Sep 2011 – Sep 2012
- BSc Applied Psychology, University of Kent, United Kingdom, Sep 2008 – Jul 2011
- Deputy Undergraduate Admissions Officer, City, University of London
- Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy
Memberships of committees
- LinkedIn Manager, The Association for Business Psychology, Feb 2018 – present
Memberships of professional organisations
- European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EAWOP), Jan 2017 – present
- CPsychol, British Psychological Society (BPS), Jun 2006 – present
- Meleady, R., Abrams, D., Van de Vyver, J., Hopthrow, T., Mahmood, L., Player, A. … Leite, A.C. (2017). Surveillance or Self-Surveillance? Behavioral Cues Can Increase the Rate of Drivers’ Pro-Environmental Behavior at a Long Wait Stop. Environment and Behavior, 49(10), pp. 1156–1172. doi:10.1177/0013916517691324.
- Mahmood, L., Hopthrow, T. and De Moura, G.R. (2016). A moment of mindfulness: Computer-mediated mindfulness practice increases state mindfulness. PLoS ONE, 11(4). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0153923.
- Hopthrow, T., Hooper, N., Mahmood, L., Meier, B.P. and Weger, U. (2016). Mindfulness reduces the correspondence bias. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70(3), pp. 351–360. doi:10.1080/17470218.2016.1149498.
- Mahmood, L., Slabu, L., Randsley de Moura, G. and Hopthrow, T. (2015). Employability in the first degree: The role of work placements on students’ perceptions of graduate employability. Psychology Teaching Review.
- Abrams, D., Swift, H. and Mahmood, L. (2016). Prejudice and unlawful behaviour, exploring levers for change. Equally & Human Rights Commission. ISBN 978-1-84206-677-5.