Laura is a senior lecturer in the School of Psychological Sciences. She leads two related themes in her program of research: emotional and cognitive substrates of PTSD and depression; and translational studies. She's investigated the role of instrumental psychological processes, specifically, autobiographical memory, appraisals and the self, in the development and maintenance of PTSD and depression. She's a registered clinical psychologist.
Laura Jobson's Articles
Memories are made of this – or are they?
Although we may think of our memories as a data bank that we can retrieve and play back, the reality is more slippery – particularly in relation to trauma.