Dr Louise Allen-Walker

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Position:​Lecturer in Psychology and Education
​School:​ Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy
​E- mail:lallen-walker@cardiffmet.ac.uk
​ Telephone:​029 2020 5583
​Room No:​C023

 

Research

Research Groups:
• Arts and Humanities Research Group (AHRG)

Memberships:
• Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
• Graduate Membership of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS)         

Research Interests:
• Neuroeducation
• Neuropedagogy
• Psychology in education
• Cognitive neuroscience of language


Publications

Peer refereed journals
Allen-Walker, L. S., Bracewell, R. M., Thierry, G., & Mari-Beffa, P. (2018). Facilitation of fast backward priming after left cerebellar continuous theta-burst stimulation. The Cerebellum, 17, 132-142.

Allen-Walker, L., & Beaton, A. A. (2015). Empathy and perception of emotion in eyes from the FEEST/Ekman and Friesen faces. Personality and Individual Differences, 72, 150-154.


Books/book chapters
Beaton, A. A., Allen-Walker, L., & Bracewell, R. M. (2015). The use of transcranial magnetic brain stimulation to study cerebellar language function. In The Linguistic Cerebellum (pp. 355-375).


Conference papers
Allen-Walker, L., Bracewell, M., Mari-Beffa, P. & Thierry, G. (2015). A role of the cerebellum in semantic integration? The 7th International Symposium of SRC - Brussels 2015 (2016) The Cerebellum, 15, 67-86.

Profile

Dr Louise Allen-Walker is a lecturer in Psychology and Education in Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy. Prior to joining the team in 2017 she completed a BPS accredited BSc in Psychology at Swansea University, graduating in 2012, and her MSc in Psychological Research at Bangor University in 2013. Louise completed her PhD in 2017, which examined the role of the cerebellum in language using brain stimulation. She began lecturing alongside her PhD at Bangor University in 2015 and attained fellowship of the higher education academy at this time. In this post she focussed predominantly on teaching research methods.

This focus has continued in her work at Cardiff Metropolitan University teaching on BA (Hons) Education, Psychology and Special Educational Needs. Louise teaches research methods and skills for psychology as module leader for Investigating Behaviour 1 and 2, as well as teaching cognitive neuroscience in the context of education as module leader for Understanding Learner Behaviour.