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Dr Craig Murray

Senior Lecturer

Craig Murray

Lancaster University

Furness Building



Tel: +44 1524 592730

Research overview

I am a health psychologist and academic researcher. I primarily conduct qualitative, psychological research on amputation, phantom limb pain and artificial limb use. More generally, I research disability, chronic illness and mental health issues. I also have an interest in psychological explanations for anomalous experiences.

PhD supervision

I am willing to supervise self-funded PhD students or students who have such funding in place on the below topics. Potential applicants should contact me in the first instance.
Qualitative analyses of topics related to health psychology or clinical psychology.
In particular:
Amputation, prosthesis use and phantom limb pain
Experience of physical health complaints and related services

Current Teaching

Health psychology

Qualitative Research Methods in Clinical and Health Psychology (Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Conversation Analysis, Grounded Theory, Narrative Psychology)

Literature review methodology (particularly qualitative metasyntheses)

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