Professor Mandy Robbins
Professor Mandy Robbins PhD is a Chartered Psychologist and a member of the American Psychological Association. Prior to her appointment at Glyndwr she worked at the universities of Warwick and Bangor where her research focused on personality and individual differences in relationship to religious belief, practice, and wellbeing.
She serves on the editorial board of British Journal for Religious Education, is Associate Editor for the Journal of Empirical Theology and co-editor of the Brill series Studies in Theology and Religion. She has authored five books and over 200 chapters and articles.
BA, Dip Psych, PGCert, MPhil, PhD, FHEA, CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS
Personality and individual differences
Young people and human rights
Work related psychological health
Level 4 Study Skills
Level 5 Individual Differences
Level 6 Dissertation
MSc Psychology of Religion an Introduction MSc Psychology of Religion Dissertation MSc Psychology of Religion and Individual Differences approach
MRes Negotiated Learning
MRes Dissertation module
I also supervise PhD and ProfDoc students
Robbins, M. & Hamid S.N (2021). Attitude toward human rights: A study among young people in Pakistan. Young People & Human Rights, Springer.
Robbins, M., & Ross, C. (2017). Keirsey Temperament Sorter. V. Zeigler-Hill & T.K Shackelford (Eds.). Encyclopaedia of Personality and Individual Differences, (on-line). Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-28099-844-1.
Robbins, M., & Green, A-M., (2017). Clergywomen’s experience of ministry in the Church of England. Journal of Gender Studies. doi: 10.108009589236.2017.1340153.
Hamid S.N., Robbins, M., Nadeem, T., & Khan, Z. (2016). The Sahin-Francis Scale of Attitude towards Islam: A study among students in Pakistan. Journal of Empirical Theology, 29, 190-200. doi: 10.1163/15709256-12341342.