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Dr. Michelle Cleveland

Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Michelle Cleveland

About

Michelle is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Institute of Education, Social and Life Sciences. Prior to joining the Institute, Michelle held a post as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the University of Winchester between 2012 and 2021. Michelle has taught, developed, and led on a range of undergraduate modules and courses, including Organisational Psychology, Qualitative Research Methods, Social Psychology, and Applied Psychological Skills.

Michelle has a PhD in Psychology and an MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology from the University of Surrey. She also holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from Swansea University.

She is a Chartered Psychologist, a Chartered Scientist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society as well as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research

Michelle鈥檚 research interests are broadly within聽organisational psychology, focusing on understanding experiences of employees within the workplace and volunteering contexts. This includes employment relationships, resilience, coping, wellbeing, emotion management, sensemaking, and balancing work and non-work.

Key Publications

  • Spooner, R. & Cleveland, M. (2023). Exploring lesbian internalised homophobia and self-harming: A thematic analysis. Psychology of Women and Equalities Section Review, 6(2), 12-23. https://doi.org/10.53841/bpspowe.2023.6.2.12
  • Gray, D., Randell, J., Manning, R. & Cleveland, M. (2023). Helping in Times of Crisis: Examining the Social Identity and Wellbeing Impacts of Volunteering During COVID-19. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology: Special Issue, 34(1). https://doi.org/10.1002/casp.2699
  • Bowe, M., Gray, D., Stevenson, C., McNamara, N., Wakefield, J.R., Kellezi, B., Wilson, I., Cleveland, M., Mair, E., Halder, M. and Costa, S. (2020). A Social Cure in the Community: A mixedmethod exploration of the role of social identity in the experiences and wellbeing of community volunteers.聽European Journal of Social Psychology.
  • Cleveland, M., Warhurst, A., & Legood, A. (2019). Exploring resilience through the eyes of early career social workers.British Journal of Social Work, 49(6), 1434-1451.聽聽
  • Jones, R., Cleveland, M., & Uther, M. (2019). State and trait neural correlates of the balance between work and nonwork roles.聽Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 287, 19-30.聽
  • Uther, M., Cleveland, M., & Jones, R. (2018). Email overload? Brain and behavioural responses to common messaging alerts are heightened for email alerts and are associated with job involvement. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(1206). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01206
  • Ferreira, C., Michaelidou, N., Moraes, C., & McGrath, M. (2017). Social media advertising: Factors influencing consumer ad avoidance. Journal of Customer Behaviour, 16(2), 183-201.
  • *Legood, A., *McGrath, M.L., Lee, A., & Searle, R. (2016). Exploring the Content, Drivers and Impact of Perceived Public Perception on Employees in Social Work Professions. British Journal of Social Work, 46(7),1872-1889. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcv139. *Both authors contributed equally; naming is alphabetical.
  • Moraes, C., Carrigan, M., Bosangit, C., Ferreira, C., & McGrath, M. (2015). Understanding ethical performances in luxury consumption through practice theories: A study of fine jewellery purchases. Journal of Business Ethics, 145(3), 525-543. Doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2893-9
  • McGrath, M.L., Millward, L.J., & Banks, A. (2015). Workplace emotion through a psychological contract lens. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal, 10(3), 206-226. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/QROM-06-2014-1227

Book Chapters

  • Uther, M., Cleveland, M., & Jones, R. (2020). Digital Distractions: The Effect and Use of Digital Message Alerts and Their Relationship with Work-Life Balance. In C. Grant, & E. Russell (Eds.),聽Agile Working and Well-Being in the Digital Age聽(pp. 63-76). Palgrave Macmillan.

Industry Reports

  • Gray, D., Randell, J., Manning, R., & Cleveland, M. (2023, October 13). Communities Tackling Loneliness with Transport. Retrieved from osf.io/f5kya
  • Gray, D., & Cleveland, M. (2020, October 7). Building Sustainable Volunteering Communities: A Toolkit.
  • Bowe, M., McNamara, N., Kellezi, B., Stevenson, C., Wakefield, J., Gray, D., Frings, D., Vangeli, E. & Cleveland, M. (2019).聽British Psychological Society.
  • Kellezi, B., Frings, D., Gray, D., Bowe, M., Wakefield, J.R.H., Mcnamara, N., Stevenson, C., Wilson, I., Cleveland, M. & Vangeli, E. (2019).Nottingham: NTU Social Identity Research Group.
  • Carrigan, M., Moraes, C., Bosangit, C., Ferreira, C., McEachern, M., & McGrath, M.L. (2015). Signalling change: Jewellery SMEs and corporate social responsibility. Centre for Business and Society, Coventry University, Industry Report

Conference Proceedings

  • Moraes, C., Ferreira, C., N. Michaelidou, N., & McGrath, M. (2016). Consumer ethical judgement and controversial advertising avoidance on social media. In L. Petruzzelis., & R.S. Winer (Eds.), Rediscovering the Essentiality of Marketing: Proceedings of the 2015 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) World Marketing Congress (pp. 189-193). Springer.

Conference Papers

  • McGrath, M., Legood, A., Searle, R. & Lee, A., (2016 January). Exploring the Content, Drivers and Impact of Perceived Public Perception on Employees in Social Work Professions. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Section Annual Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.
  • Uther, M., McGrath, M., & Jones, R. (2015, December). Do email alert sounds cause brain changes indicating hypervigilance? Paper presented to the Cognitive Brain Research Unit Seminar Series, University of Helsinki, Helsinki.
  • McGrath, M., Legood, A., Lee, A., Searle, R. (2015 September). Exploring the Content, Drivers and Impact of Perceived Public Perception on Employees in Social Work Professions. Paper presented at the British Academy of Management Conference, Portsmouth University, Portsmouth.
  • Moraes, C., Ferreira, C., McGrath, M., & Michaelidou, N. (2015, July). The impact of consumer ethical judgement on controversial advertising avoidance on social media. Paper presented at the AMS World Marketing Congress, Palace Hotel, Bari, Italy.
  • Moraes, C., Ferreira, C., Michaelidou, N., & McGrath, M. L. (2015 June). The impact of controversial ad perception and consumer ethical judgement on social media advertising avoidance. Paper presented at the Internal BES Research Conference, Coventry University, Coventry.
  • Moraes, C., Ferreira, C., McGrath, M., & Michaelidou, N. (2014, September). The impact of consumer ethical judgement on controversial advertising avoidance on social media. Paper presented at the ISM Open 2014, The Open University, Milton Keynes.
  • Moraes, C., Carrigan, M., Bosangit, C., & McGrath, M.L. (2014, August). Green issues in fine jewelery consumption: A practice theory approach. Paper presented at the American Psychological society Annual Convention, Washington Convention Center.
  • McGrath, M. L. (2014, January). Not just a reaction: an alternative view on the role of emotion in psychological contract experiences. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Section Annual Conference, The Grand Hotel, Brighton.
  • McGrath, M. L. (2014, January). Experiences of emotion through an employment relationship lens: the important role of trust. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Section Annual Conference, The Grand Hotel, Brighton.
  • McGrath, M.L., & Millward, L.J., & Banks, A. (2012, August). Psychological contracts and emotion. Paper presented at the BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Conference, St Andrews University, Scotland.

Poster Presentations

  • Uther, M., Cleveland, M.L., & Jones, R. (2018, June). Email overload? Brain and behavioural responses to common messaging alerts. Poster presented at the 8th Mismatch negativity conference, University of Helsinki, Helsinki.
  • McGrath, M. L., & Millward, L. J. (2012, May). Making sense of emotions in the employment relationship. Poster session presented at the Consortium of European Research on Emotions (CERE) Conference, Kent University, Kent.

PhD Supervision

Areas of Supervision: Employee wellbeing, volunteering, employment relationships, resilience, work-life balance, or projects that sit broadly within the fields of occupational/organisational, or social psychology.

Other department members

Alex Rawlinson
Psychology Laboratory Technician
Alison Hounsome
Programme Administrator
Benjamin Sharpe
Dr Benjamin T. Sharpe
Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology, Programme Coordinator for the BSc Criminology and Forensic Psychology, and Academic Board Member

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