Staff profile

Kevin Cheung

Postgraduate Researcher




College of Health, Psychology and Social Care


School of Psychology


Kedleston Road, Derby Campus



My primary role as a postgraduate researcher involves conducting research in the field of pedagogical psychology. As well as researching this area, I am a research assistant supporting the work of other researchers in the faculty. I am also an associate lecturer with a small number of teaching responsibilities.

Teaching responsibilities

I am an associate lecturer and I teach seminar sessions on psychology research methods modules. I also deliver lectures about plagiarism for research modules in the School of Science.

Professional interests

Research interests

I am currently conducting research on authorial identity and plagiarism in undergraduate academic writing. This work is focussed on improving academic writing and developing pedagogic methods for reducing plagiarism. The project also explores the beliefs of students and academics relating to authorship.

My other research interests include:

Membership of professional bodies

I am a graduate member of the British Psychological Association.


Undergraduate Qualifications 

Postgraduate Qualifications 

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