Christine Campbell

Contact Details

Email: christine.campbell@stmarys.ac.uk
Telephone: 020 8240 4140

Teaching and Learning

Christine gained her BSc (Hons) from Portsmouth University in 1996 and her PhD from the University of Southampton in 2000. Christine previously lectured at Southampton Solent University and Anglia Ruskin University. She received a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in 2005, and with it HEA fellowship. Christine also has a certificate in Humanistic Counselling from Chichester University.

She's an external examiner for the Psychology programme at Nottingham Trent University.

Christine's main teaching is in the areas of human relationships, cognitive psychology and research methods.

Academic responsibilities

Christine is the exams officer for the Psychology programme.

She is also a member of Academic Board, a plagiarism panel chair, an extenuating circumstances panel member, she chairs various programme exam boards, she is the UCU branch equal opportunities rep and a member of the equality and diversity sub-committee.

Modules

  • Research Methods and Statistics I
  • Skills for Psychology
  • Psychology of Intimate Relationships

Research

Christine's PhD was entitled "A multi-method study of anxiety" from that she went on to look at the attentional biases associated with anxiety in children and also the effects of anxiety on sleep.

Christine is currently involved with a number of projects looking at non-traditional romantic relationships such as online dating.

She is particularly interested in consensually non-monogamous relationships.

PhD supervision

Christine is very interested in supervising PhDs in the area of romantic relationships and attraction.

  • Director of studies - Cleo Jaye; Gay women's sexual experiences; current
  • Co-supervisor - Claire Morseman; The use of Elderspeak: Exploring effective and appropriate communication for the care of the elderly; current.
  • Co-supervisor - Natalie Airs; Body appreciation in men; Completed MPhil 2015
  • Co-supervisor – Dr Cylcia Allen Bolibaugh; Native-like selection in second language acquisition; Completed PhD 2013
  • Director of studies – Dr Simon Lacey; Mental representation in visual/haptic crossmodal memory; Completed PhD 2006

Professional memberships

  • Associate Fellow (AFBPsS) British Psychological Society. Chartered Psychologist status, Member of Psychology of Sexualities section.
  • Member International Association for Relationships Research
  • Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
  • Member of Association for Psychological Science

Conference committee membership:

  • Member of organising committee for symposium on computing and philosophy, Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour Annual Convention, Sheffield, 4th - 6th April 2016.
  • Member of Scientific Committee for 5th International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Non-Monogamy, University of California at Berkeley, 12th – 14th February 2016.
  • Member of International Organising Committee and Scientific Committee for 1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference, Lisbon, 25th- 27th September 2015.
  • Member of Scientific Committee for 4th International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Non-Monogamy, University of California at Berkeley, 13th – 15th February 2015.
  • Member of Scientific Committee for 3rd International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Non-Monogamy, University of California at Berkeley, 21st -23rd February 2014.

Grants

  • 2015 £5000. Wellcome Trust Hub Award - Hub 2.0: FutureSex.

Publications:

  • Campbell, C., Wright, V., Chudley, E. & Langford-Jackson, F. (Under review). 'The developmental course of selective attention to threat - testing the "threshold to threat" hypothesis'.
  • Campbell, C. (Under review). 'Sex differences in jealousy: Evidence from consensual non-monogamy'.
  • Grunt-Mejer, K., & Campbell, C. (2016). Around consensual nonmonogamies: Assessing attitudes toward nonexclusive relationships. Journal of Sex Research, 53, 45-53. doi:10.1080/00224499.2015.1010193
  • Mayers, A.G., Ozalp, E., Campbell, C. & Baldwin, D.S. (2009). 'Subjective sleep, depression and anxiety: inter-relationships in a non-clinical sample'. Human Psychopharmacology, 24, 495-501.
  • Lacey, S., Campbell, C. & Sathian, K. (2007). 'Vision and touch: multiple or multisensory representations of objects?' Perception, 36(10), 1513-1521.
  • Lacey, S. & Campbell, C. (2006). 'Mental representation in visual/haptic crossmodal memory: Evidence from interference effects'. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59 (2): 361-376.

Conference papers:

Contributions to the public understanding of science

  • Invited post on mumsnet (2014, July 1st) Guestpost: Polyamory. http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/guest_posts/2121328-Guest-post-Polyamory-Other-partners-both-current-and-past-have-brought-so-much-joy-into-our-lives
  • Campbell, C. (2014). Feminism and intimate relationships. Invited keynote speaker at Wolf Whistled, Tindlemanor, 24th January 2014.
  • Campbell, C. (2013). Working towards non-hierarchical relationships. Invited workshop facilitator at Feminism in London, 5th Annual Conference, London, October 26th 2013.
  • Featured in Hallam, C. (2013, April 7th). Don't use Mick Phillpott's case as a stick to beat Polyamory. The New Statesman (Voices). http://www.newstatesman.com/voices/2013/04/dont-use-mick-philpotts-case-stick-bash-polyamory
  • Campbell, C. (2012). Jealousy in intimate relationships. Invited speaker at Pub Psychology Well Being Programme, London, September 25th, 2012.
  • Campbell, C. (2012). Polyamory in academia. Invited workshop facilitator at Polyday, 6th Annual Convention, London, July 16th 2012.
  • Featured in Morrison, S. (2012, February 12th). The way we love: Modern lovers - The 'sexual body warriors' and pioneers transforming 21st-century relationships. The Independent on Sunday (New Review), 16-21. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/love-sex/romance-passion/modern-lovers-the-sexual-body-warriors-and-pioneers-transforming-21stcentury-relationships-6700186.html
  • Campbell, C. (2010). Applying your knowledge of psychology to the real world. Keynote speaker. Conference proceedings BPS Wessex Branch Careers Conference, 20th November 2010.

Academic conferences

  • van Paridon, K., Basevitch, I., Bristow, M., & Campbell, C. (2015). A multi-disciplinary examination of football development and performance: A psychophysiological perspective. World Congress on Science and Football, Copenhagen, Denmark, 20-23 May 2015.
  • Jaye, C., & Campbell, C. (2015). The insider-outsider debate. Researching Sex and Sexualities - Conference May 8th-9th 2015 University of Sussex
  • Campbell, C. (2014). Infinite love: Research on consensual non-monogamy. Invited speaker at University of Winchester Psychology Research Group, 1st April 2014.
  • Grunt-Mejer, C., Peichert, K., Campbell, C., & Castellanos-Usigli, A. (2013). Around consensual non-monogamies – assessing attitudes toward non-exclusive relationships and motivation to participate in them in four countries. European Geographies of Sexuality Conference, University of Lisbon, 5-7 September 2013.
  • Campbell, C., Richardson, N.R. & Martin, A. (2013). Consensual non-monogamy and evolutionary explanations of jealousy. International Academic Polyamory Conference. University of California at Berkeley, 15-17 February 2013.
  • Campbell, C. (2012). Jealousy and consensual non-monogamy. Invited speaker at University of Kent Social Psychology Research Group, 27 November 2012.
  • Campbell, C. (2012). 'Jealousy in romantic relationships: What happens when there's more than two of you?' Poster presented at Consortium of European Research on Emotion (CERE), University of Kent in Canterbury, 2-5 May 2012.
  • Campbell, C. & Richardson, N. (2011). '"Have sex but don't fall in love": Consensual non-monogamy and evolutionary explanations of jealousy'. Paper presented at the 16th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Stockholm, 12-16 July 2011.
  • Airs, N., Brug, P., Campbell, C., & Sciplino, C. (2010). 'Are there ethnic differences for body appreciation among undergraduate males?' Poster presented at the BPS Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Queens University, Belfast, 15-17 September 2010.
  • Lacey, S. & Campbell, C. (2006). 'Object representation in visual/haptic crossmodal memory'. Poster presented at the 7th International Multisensory Forum, Trinity College, University of Dublin, 18-21 June 2006.
  • Lacey, S. & Campbell, C. (2005). 'The effect of spatial interference during encoding in visual/haptic crossmodal memory'. Conference proceedings 6th International Multisensory Research Forum. Pisa, University of Trento, Italy, 5-8 June 2005.
  • Lacey, S. & Pett, C. (2004). 'The effect of visual noise interference during encoding in visual/haptic crossmodal memory'. Conference proceedings 5th International Multisensory Research Forum. Barcelona, 2-5 June 2004. (Under maiden name)
  • Pett, C., Wright, V. & Chudley, E. (2004). 'The developmental course of selective attention to threat'. Conference proceedings 21st Annual BPS Cognitive Section Conference, 6-8 September 2004. (Under maiden name)
  • Chudley, E. & Pett, C. (2003). 'The developmental course of selective attention to threatening information'. Conference proceedings 20th Annual BPS Cognitive Section Conference, 2-4 September 2003. (Under maiden name)
  • Lacey, S. & Pett, C. (2003). 'Interference effects in Visual/Haptic Cross-Modal Memory'. Conference proceedings 20th Annual BPS Cognitive Section Conference, University of Reading, 3-5 September 2003. (Under maiden name)
  • Lacey, S. & Pett, C. (2002). 'Does visual imagery make a difference in visual/haptic cross-modal memory?' Conference proceedings 19th Annual BPS Cognitive Section Conference, University of Kent at Canterbury, 9-11 September 2002. (Under maiden name)