Dr Katie Anderson is a Lecturer in Psychology, specialising in relationships and mental health research.
Qualitative Research Methods
Goldsmith, Lucy and Smith, Jared and Clarke, Geraldine and Anderson, Katie and Lomani, Jo and Turner, Kati and Gillard, Steve (2020) What is the impact of psychiatric decision units on mental health crisis care pathways? Protocol for an interrupted time series analysis with a synthetic control study. BMC Psychiatry , 20 . ISSN 1471-244X (Published online first)
Anderson, Katie and Reavey, Paula and Boden, Zoë (2019) ‘Never drop without your significant other, cause that way lies ruin’: the boundary work of couples who use MDMA together. International Journal of Drug Policy , 71 . pp. 10-18. ISSN 0955-3959
Anderson, Katie and Reavey, Paula and Boden, Zoë (2018) An affective (re)balancing act? The liminal possibilities for heterosexual partners on MDMA. In: Affective Inequalities in Intimate Relationships. Kolehmainen, Marjo and Juvonen, Tuula , eds. Routledge Research in Gender and Society . Routledge, pp. 19-33. ISBN 9781138092747
Anderson, Katie and McGrath, Laura (2014) Exploring embodied and located experience: memory work as a method for drug research. International Journal of Drug Policy , 25 (6). pp. 1135-1138. ISSN 0955-3959
Dr Katie Anderson is an early career researcher, her research has featured in several popular media outlets, such as The Independent, Elle magazine and Refinery29. She has been an invited conference speaker on several occasions as well as a keynote speaker.