Dr Graeme Martin

 

Lecturer in Education Studies

School of Education

Dr Graeme Martin

Contact details

School of Education
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston, Birmingham
B15 2TT, United Kingdom

About

After graduating Graeme worked as a research assistant before starting a career in the Further Education sector teaching on Access to Higher Education courses, including the Foundation Programme for psychology at Aston university before joining the School of Continuing Studies and then the School of Education.

He is a member of the Society for Chaos in Psychology and Life Sciences (SCPLS).

Qualifications

  • PhD (Birmingham)
  • MEd (Birmingham)
  • BSc Psy (London)

Teaching

Main teaching duties are undergraduate modules covering introduction to psychology, child development, social psychology and cultural psychology. 

Research

  • Theories of learning and motivation
  • Lifelong education and work
  • Complex Systems Science and Dynamical Development

Publications

Selected Publications

Martin, G. (2012) Network analysis and the Connectopathies. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, pp79-90.

Martin, G and Peim, N. (2011) Cross-border higher education, who profits? Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, Vol. 9, 1 

Martin, G. & Greenway, C. (2010) Neuroplasticity explained by broad-scale networks and modularity? Dynamical Psychology. 

Thomas, H., Hicks, J., Martin, G. and Cressey, G. (2008) Induction and transition in the National Health service for four professional groups. Learning in Health and Social Care 7 (1): 27-36. DOI: 10.1111/j.1473-6861.2008.00171.x

Martin, G. (2007) A new content analysis of Daniel Schreber’s Memoirs. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 195 (8): 640-646

Thomas, H.  Martin, G., Hicks, J, and Cressey, G. (2006). Induction, Transition and Role Preparation in the NHS, Birmingham and Black Country Strategic Health Authority, The University of Birmingham, School of Education,  ISBN: 0704425866.

Thomas, H, Cressey, G. Hicks, J., Martin, G., O’Sullivan, C. (2006) Staff induction: From learner to earner. Health Services Journal, (18) (116)

Lieven, M. & Martin, G. (2006) Higher Education in a Global Market. Higher Education 52 (1): 41-6.

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