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Sally Quinn
Lecturer

Profile

Biography

  • BSc in Psychology at York St John University 
  • PhD in Social Psychology at University of York 

 

Career

2010-2013:

  • Senior Research Assistant York St John University
  • Visiting Lecturer York St John University
  • Postgraduates who teach (PGWT) University of York
  • Research Assistant York St John University

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Social Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • 3rd Year Projects
  • 1st and 2nd year Mini Projects

Publications

Full publications list

Chadwick, D.D., Quinn, S. & Fullwood, C. (2016) Perceptions of the risks and benefits of Internet access and use by people with intellectual disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, doi:10.1111/bld.12170

Quinn, S. (2016). Parenting the online child. In A. Attrill and C. Fullwood (Eds.) Applied Cyberpsychology. Practical Application of Cyberpsychological Theory and Research. pp 24-38

Green, T., Wilhelmsen, T., Wilmots, E., Dodd, B. & Quinn, S. (2016) Social anxiety, attributes of online communication and self-disclosure across private and public Facebook communication. Computers in Human Behavior, 58, 206-213, doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.12.066

Fullwood, C., Quinn, S., Chen-Wilson, J, Chadwick, D. & Reynolds, K. (2015) Put on a Smiley Face: Textspeak and Personality Perceptions. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18(3), 147-151

Quinn, S. & Oldmeadow, J. (2013). The Martini Effect and Social Networking Sites: Early Adolescents, Mobile Social Networking and Connectedness to Friends. Mobile Media and Communication, 1(2), 237-247

Quinn, S.  & Oldmeadow, J. (2013). Is the igeneration a 'we' generation? Social networking use among 9-13 year olds and belonging. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 31(1) 136-142

Oldmeadow, J., Quinn, S., & Kowert, R. (2013). Attachment style, social skills, and Facebook use amongst adults. Computers in Human Behavior. 29(3), 1142-1149

Conference Presentations

Chadwick, D, Fullwood, C. & Quinn, S. (2016). Perceptions of the risks and benefits of being online for people with an intellectual disability. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Cyberpsychology, CyberTherapy and Social Networking Conference, 27-29 June, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT), Ireland. 

Kaye, L., Kowert, R. & Quinn, S. (2016). The role of social identity and online social capital on psychosocial outcomes in MMO players. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Cyberpsychology, CyberTherapy and Social Networking Conference, 27-29 June, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT), Ireland. 

Chadwick, D. Quinn, S. & Fullwood, C. (2015). Public perceptions of the risks and benefits of Internet access and use by people with a learning disability. Paper presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace conference, 3-4 September, University of Wolverhampton, 

Quinn, S. & Sutherland, C. (2015). Do perceived social traits influence the retweeting of missing persons' photos?  Paper presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace conference, 3-4 September, University of Wolverhampton, 

Quinn, S. & Green, T (2015). Social anxiety and self-disclosure of Facebook. The mediating role of online attributes. Paper presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace conference, 3-4 September, University of Wolverhampton, 

Quinn, S. & Oldmeadow, J. Preteens’ experiences of Facebook. Are these experiences related to belonging? Paper presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace conference, 15-16 July, University of Wolverhampton

Quinn, S & Oldmeadow, J. Preteens’ experiences of Facebook. Paper presented at the CAMHS conference, 3-5 July 2013, Northampton University

Mair, E., Mayor, H.,  Al-Afaleq, H., Lingard, S., Noret, N. & Quinn, S. Worries, concerns and sources of support in primary school pupils. Poster presented at CAHMS Conference, 4th July, 2013, University of Northampton. 

Mayor, H.,  Al-Afaleq, H., Lingard, S., Mair, E., Noret, N. & Quinn, S. Psychological Wellbeing in Primary school pupils. Poster presented at CAHMS Conference, 4th July, 2013, University of Northampton.

Al-Afaleq, H., Lingard, S., Mair, E. & Mayor, H. Noret, N. & Quinn, S. Worries, concerns and sources of support in secondary school pupils. Poster presented at CAHMS Conference, 4th July, 2013, University of Northampton.

Lingard, S., Mair, E., Mayor, H.,  Al-Afaleq, H., Noret, N. & Quinn, S. Psychological Wellbeing in Secondary school pupils. Poster presented at CAHMS Conference, 4th July, 2013, University of Northampton.

Quinn, S. & Oldmeadow, J.  Is the iGeneration a 'We' Generation? Children, social networking sites and belonging. Presented at the Cyberpsychology and Computing Conference, 16-17th July 2012, Bolton University.

Quinn, S. & Oldmeadow, J. Is the iGeneration a 'We' Generation? Children, social networking sites and belonging. Presented at the E U Kids Online Conference, 22-23 September, 2011, London School of Economics

Contact details

Dr Sally Quinn
Lecturer
Department of Psychology
Room PS/A107

Tel: 01904 323655

https://twitter.com/SallyQuinn2