Dr Anthony Murphy holds a BSc in Psychology, a MSc in Forensic Psychology, and a PhD in Psychology from Middlesex University (London, UK). He also holds a PGCert in Research Methods from Middlesex University, and a PGCert in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from the University of West London (UK).
Anthony is a member of several Professional Bodies, including the British Psychological Society, the Division of Forensic Psychology, and the Division of Academics, Researchers, and Teachers in Psychology. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK) and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society – AFBPsS.
His teaching experience include module and course leadership, design, development, validation and successful recruitment to new modules. He has taught across introductory psychology, and has led undergraduate modules in: Forensic and Criminological Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Research Methods (quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods), Lifespan Psychology, Positive Interventions in Psychology, Developmental Psychopathology, and Abnormal Psychology.
Membership of Professional Bodies
Research Outputs and Scholarly Activity
Peer reviewed articles
Clark, L., Lekkai, F., Murphy, A., Perrino, L., Bapir-Tardy, S., Barley, E. (2019). The use of positive behavioural support plans in mental health inpatient care. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 1-11 doi: 10.1111/jpm.12566
Hine, B., & Murphy, A. (2019). The influence of ‘High’vs.‘Low’ rape myth acceptance on police officers' judgements of victim and perpetrator responsibility, and rape authenticity. Journal of Criminal Justice, 60, 100 107. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316X.2018.1503663
Murphy, A., & Hine, B. (2019). Investigating the demographic and attitudinal predictors of rape myth acceptance in UK Police officers: developing an evidence-base for training and professional development. Psychology, Crime & Law, 25(1), 69-89. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2018.08.001
Murphy, A. & England, D. (2018). The student experience of student-to-teacher feedback. New Vistas, 3(2), 13-17
Hine B. & Murphy, A. (2017). The impact of victim-perpetrator relationship, reputation, and initial point of resistance on officers’ responsibility and authenticity ratings towards hypothetical rape cases, Journal of Criminal Justice. 49, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2017.01.001
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.
England, D.E., & Murphy, A. (2017) Applying for Grants as a Student or Early Career Scholar. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Austin, TX, USA. April 8, 2017
Murphy, A. (2014). The applications and benefits of qualitatively driven mixed methods research in clinical research. Chicago, Illinois: Advances in Qualitatively Driven Mixed Methods Research (Plenary, invited speaker). International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. 14-21 May 2014. (Part-funded by INSPIRE – University of West London & Middlesex University Research Knowledge Transfer Office).
Murphy, A. (2018). Investigating the demographic and attitudinal predictors of rape myth acceptance in U.K. police officers: Developing an evidence-base for training and professional development. Presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law Annual Conference 2018. Åbo Akademie, Finland.
Murphy, A., Hine, B. (2016). Rape myth acceptance in Metropolitan Police Service officers: modelling attitudinal and demographic predictors - informing selection and training. Presented at the Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference 2016. Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel, Brighton.
Hine, B., Murphy, A. (2016). Judging Maggie’s rape: assessing police officers’ judgments of victim/perpetrator blame and rape authenticity. Presented at the Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference 2016. Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel, Brighton.
Murphy, A., Hine, B. (2015). Modelling factors predictive of rape myth acceptance in a police sample: identifying the need. POLCON 6. Staffordshire University, Stoke on Trent.
Hine, B., Murphy, A., & Northeast, T. (2015). Rape Myths as a Challenge to Objective Policing: Exploring Attitudinal Antecedents of Rape Myth Acceptance and Police Officers’ Judgments of Rape Scenarios. Sexual Violence Conference. Middlesex University, London.
Murphy, A. (2014). Diagnosis, care, and self-perceived parenting capacity among parents diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Birmingham: Diverse Parenting: Theory, Practice and Policy. British Psychological Society Annual Conference. 7-9 May 2014. (Proceeds of this symposium were published in The Psychologist BPS publication).
Murphy, A. (2013). Experiences of care and treatment as a parent with borderline personality disorder. Huddersfield: Qualitative Methods in Psychology section of the British Psychological Society (QMiP, BPS) Annual Conference.
Murphy, A. (2013). A model of diagnosis in parents with borderline personality disorder. Middlesex University Summer Conference. Middlesex University London.
Murphy, A. (2013). Towards an insight into the experiences of parents with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder. British Psychological Society (BPS) Annual Conference: Harrogate.
Shaw, R., & Murphy. A. (2013). A workshop highlighting uses and strategies for mixed-methods research in psychology. British Psychological Society annual conference: Harrogate. (Chair Qualitative Methods in Psychology BPS section).
Murphy, A. (2012). Parents with Borderline Personality Disorder: Views on Professionals, Services, and Care. Psychology Postgraduate Action Group Annual Conference: Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumbria University.
Murphy, A. (2012). Experiences of Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care in Parents with Borderline Personality Disorder. Middlesex University Summer Conference (1st place prize): London.