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- Taylor-Jones, S. (2016). Midlife: Hoping to Cope with Crisis. Poster presented at Life Sciences and Education Conference, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, UK
- Taylor-Jones, S., Graff, M., & Taylor, R. (2016). Online Information Processing: The Impact of Costs and Benefits on Decision-Making. Poster presented at Life Sciences and Education Conference, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, UK
- Jones, S. (2012). Perceptions and Reactions to Online Persuasion: A Qualitative Approach. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, London, UK
- Jones, S. (2011). The Role of Central and Peripheral Processing in Online Persuasion. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK
- Jones, S. (2010). Online Persuasion: The Influence of Message Cues. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK
- Jones, S. (2010). Winning Political Moves. The Power of Online Persuasion. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society Social Psychology Division Annual Conference, Winchester, UK
Sarah is a Chartered Psychologist and a Lecturer within the Department of Applied Psychology. Her teaching interests are focused on developmental psychology, social psychology, and both quantitative and qualitative research methods. She also teaches on the Foundation Degree in Social Sciences.
Sarah’s research interests are broad and focus on examining the social cognitive processes underlying online information processing with a particular emphasis on examining what information is attended to and how that information is used in decision-making. She is also interested in exploring factors influencing mid-life development. Sarah also supervises research projects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.