Department of Psychology

Dr Susanna Martin

Susana Martin

Experimental OfficerBSc, PhD

10 West 1.07
Email: s.m.martin@bath.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1225 38 4958

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Susanna is the Experimental Officer for the Psychology Department. Alongside Mary (Maria Nikolaidou - technician) she manages the research labs and associated equipment.

You should contact her with queries relating to equipment, lab bookings, psychology related technical support and Recruitment & Engagement.

She is also a member of the health and safety team for the department.

Susanna obtained her BSc in Psychology from Lancaster University and studied for her PhD with the CREATE Lab. Her previous post doc roles have included: community knowledge, knowledge management, energy literacy and evaluating the doctoral provision.

Research interests

  • Formal and informal learning
  • Knowledge, expertise and understanding
  • Mobile and hand held learning
  • The role of context and experience for learning

Publications

Book Sections

Woodgate, D., Stanton Fraser, D. and Martin, S., 2011. Bringing school science to life: Personalisation, contextualisation and reflection of self-collected data with mobile sensing technologies. In: Traxler, J. and Wishart, J., eds. Making Mobile Learning Work: Case Studies of Practice. Bristol: ESCalate, pp. 23-28.

Articles

Walker, I., Kennedy, J., Martin, S. and Rice, H., 2016. How might people near national roads be affected by traffic noise as electric vehicles increase in number? A laboratory study of subjective evaluations of environmental noise. PLoS ONE, 11 (3), e0150516.

Conference or Workshop Items

Piccini, A., Martin, S., Fraser, M. and Evans, P., 2012. The University of Local Knowledge. In: Twelfth International Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations Conference, 2012-06-10 - 2012-06-12.

Martin, S., Stanton Fraser, D., Fraser, M., Woodgate, D. and Crellin, D., 2011. Mobile Research in the Wild: Practical Experiences. In: MLearn 2011, 2011-10-01.

Martin, S., 2011. Mobile Contextual Data for Hands on Learning: To what extent does changing the type and level of context impact upon a student's ability and desire to learn? In: Meeting of Minds Research Students Conference, 2011-06-09.

Martin, S., Stanton Fraser, D., Fraser, M. and Woodgate, D., 2011. The Future of Hands-on Learning Technologies: Motivation and Learning in Context. In: The CAL Conference 2011 - Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability, 2011-04-13 - 2011-04-15.

Martin, S., Stanton Fraser, D., Fraser, M., Woodgate, D. and Crellin, D., 2010. The impact of hand held mobile technologies upon children's motivation and learning. In: 9th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, 2010-10-01.

Martin, S., Stanton Fraser, D., Fraser, M., Woodgate, D. and Crellin, D., 2010. The impact of handheld mobile technologies upon children's motivation and learning. In: Mlearn 2010, 2010-10-19 - 2010-10-22.

Thesis

Martin, S. M., 2012. Mobile Contextual Data for Hands-On Learning. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.

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