Dr Suzanne Cogswell completed her BSc (Honours) in Psychology at The University of Greenwich, London, followed by her MSc in Childhood and Adolescent Psychology. She completed her PhD in Developmental Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University with her thesis titled: The Antecedents of Low-Level Classroom Disruption: A Bio-Ecological Perspective.
Suzanne joined the University of Kent, School of Psychology as a research associate in March 2019 on a Leverhulme Trust project lead by Professor Joachim Stoeber, Professor David Williams, and Dr Mike Forrester.
Suzanne's research interests include low-level classroom behaviours among primary school students, investigating the influential processes cross the developing individual’s bio-ecological systems. She is especially interested in the influences of screen time, both quantity and content, pupil self-perceptions of behaviour and gender stereotyping within the classroom.