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Mei Mason-Li, Course Leader

Mei Mason-Li

Course Leader

Biography

Mei completed her first degree at University College London. She then completed her master's degree at Keele University. She gained her teaching qualification, PGCLT(HE) here at Solent University, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Mei worked in early intensive behavioural interventions for children with autism in Hong Kong, London and Hampshire for over ten years before joining Solent. 

Further information

Mei's research interests include the application of behaviour analysis to children, the impact of having a Theory of Mind, and the development of empathy in children.

Mei is currently working with international collaborators on a cross-cultural study exploring parenting styles and their relationship to the well-being of adolescents.  

Taught courses

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Psychology is a popular subject because it has relevance to so many areas of everyday life. It is of interest to anyone who wants to understand what causes certain elements of...

BSc (Hons) Psychology and Sociology

This is a contemporary and exciting course which combines the disciplines of sociology and psychology for students to develop the knowledge, application and skills to...

BSc (Hons) Psychology with Counselling and Mental Health

Fascinated by psychology? Hoping to pursue a career in counselling after graduation? This specialist degree can help you to develop a strong grounding in psychology (the...

BSc (Hons) Criminal Investigation with Psychology

Blending criminal investigation with psychology, this specialist degree is designed to give you highly relevant skills, knowledge and professional skills for a great...

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

Explore the world of criminology and criminal justice, and discover the fascinating psychological underpinnings to this socially vital industry on our innovative criminology and...

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology

Over the last few decades, interest in sport and exercise psychology has grown. More time and money is being spent on understanding what motivates people to exercise, play sport...