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Beth joined IES as a Research Officer in August 2019 after completing a MSc in Applied Social Psychology. Her main interests include work and wellbeing but also welfare to work and education choices, and she aims to build on her analysis skills. Beth has experience using both quantitative and qualitative methods from undertaking reviews, experimental, and survey-based research during her academic studies and research roles.
Beth completed her MSc at Sussex University where her research projects included an evaluation of a meat-free campaign, and an investigation of the impact of social media on body image concerns. Prior to her MSc, Beth completed a BSc in Psychology at Cardiff University where her research explored the effect of advertising in alcohol use. During her undergraduate degree, Beth also undertook a placement year at the University in the Section of Forensic Psychiatry where she assisted the team on an RCT in HMP Cardiff, and undertook a systematic review of her own.
|2019||University of Sussex||MSc Applied Social Psychology|
|2017||Cardiff University||BSc Psychology|
|2017‑2018||Shipping Clerk, Expeditors Int. at Kimberly Clark|
|2015‑2016||Student Psychologist, Cardiff University|
- Living and working with obesity, Bajorek Z, Mason B, Edwards M, Bevan S , , Institute for Employment Studies , Jul 2021
- Making values a reality, Mason B, Allen A, Hirsh W , , Institute for Employment Studies , Jul 2021
- Working well? How the pandemic changed work for people with health conditions, Mason B, Edwards M, Bajorek Z, Bevan S, , Centre for Ageing Better, Jun 2021
- Shut Out: How employers and recruiters are overlooking the talents of over 50s workers, Edwards M, Holmes J, Mason B, Bajorek Z , , Centre for Ageing Better, Jan 2021
- Wellbeing of Primary Care workforce, Mason B, Carter A, Edwards M, , Institute for Employment Studies , Aug 2020