Frauke joined Middlesex University Psychology Department as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in September 2012, after graduating at Middlesex University with a BSc in Psychology with Counselling Skills in July 2012.
Frauke also became a part time doctoral student in January 2013. Her research aims to develop an insight to the experience of growing old for adults with autism through a qualitative exploration. This research will complement and broaden the current fragmented picture of autism in old age, as the little available research on this topic tends to focus on either cognitive aspects of ageing with autism, or on policy driven quality of life surveys to inform service providers.
British Psychological Society (MBPsS)
Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
International Society for Autism Research (INSAR)
Frauke is assisting teaching and providing student support on a number of modules, including:
Research Methods & Design in Psychology
Psychological Data Analysis
Foundation Counselling Skills
Biological & Cognitive Psychology
Social Psychology & Individual Differences
Counselling Theory & Practice
Frost, N. & Elichaoff, F. (2013). Feminist Postmodernism, Poststructuralism, and Critical Theory. In S.N. Hesse-Biber (Ed), Feminist Research Practice. A Primer, Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE
Elichaoff, F., Rodriguez, D., & Murphy, A. (2014). More than just a method: Doctoral students' perspectives on the place of qualitatively driven mixed methods. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 17, 17-22
Elichaoff, F. (2014). Review of Doing Visual Ethnography, by S. Pink. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 17, 70-72View more publications