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Dr Tara Marshall

Dr Tara Marshall
Senior Lecturer

Summary

I received my BA in Psychology from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, in 1998. I then went on to complete my MA and PhD at the University of Toronto, where my dissertation research focused on cultural variation in romantic relationships. After graduating, I conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Tokyo and at the University of Western Ontario, where I further pursued my interests in cross-cultural psychology and in attachment styles in romantic relationships. I joined the Psychology Department at Brunel University London as a Lecturer in January 2009.

Qualifications:

  • PhD Psychology (University of Toronto)
  • MA Psychology (University of Toronto)
  • BA Psychology (Queen’s University)

Newest selected publications

Marshall, TC., Ferenczi, N., Lefringhausen, K., Hill, S. and Deng, J. (Accepted) 'Intellectual, narcissistic, or Machiavellian? How Twitter users differ from Facebook-only users, why they use Twitter, and what they tweet about'. Journal of Popular Media Culture.Open Access Link

Journal article

Ferenczi, N., Marshall, TC. and Bejanyan, K. (2017) 'Are sex differences in antisocial and prosocial Facebook use explained by narcissism and relational self-construal?'. Computers in Human Behavior, 77. pp. 25 - 31. ISSN: 0747-5632 Open Access Link

Journal article

Lefringhausen, K. and Marshall, T. (2016) 'Locals’ Bidimensional Acculturation Model (LBAM): Validation and Associations with Psychological and Sociocultural Adjustment Outcomes'. Cross-Cultural Research: the journal of comparative social science, 50 (4). pp. 356 - 392. ISSN: 1069-3971 Open Access Link

Journal article

Whelan, J., Johnson, A., Marshall, T. and Thomson, M. (2016) 'Relational domain switching: Interpersonal insecurity predicts the strength and number of marketplace relationships'. Psychology & Marketing, 33 (6). pp. 465 - 479.Open Access Link

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