Dr David Williams

Senior Lecturer

DepartmentSocial Sciences

Research outputs

Pain and social context: social, contextual and environmental factors in the perception of acute pain
Williams, D. 2003. Pain and social context: social, contextual and environmental factors in the perception of acute pain. PhD thesis University of Westminster School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages

Perceived control, locus of control and preparatory information: effects on the perception of an acute pain stimulus
Williams, D., Golding, J.F., Phillips, K. and Towell, A. 2004. Perceived control, locus of control and preparatory information: effects on the perception of an acute pain stimulus. Personality and Individual Differences. 36 (7), pp. 1681-1691. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2003.07.009

Peer e-mentoring: enhancement of the first year experience
Hixenbaugh, P., Dewart, H., Drees, D. and Williams, D. 2005. Peer e-mentoring: enhancement of the first year experience. Psychology Learning and Teaching. 5 (1), pp. 8-14.

Student perspectives on personal tutoring: what do students want?
Hixenbaugh, P., Pearson, C. and Williams, D. 2006. Student perspectives on personal tutoring: what do students want? in: Thomas, L. and Hixenbaugh, P. (ed.) Personal tutoring in higher education Stoke-on-Trent, UK Trentham.

Factors leading to student success in a UK first year university cohort
Hixenbaugh, P., Porter, A. and Williams, D. 2009. Factors leading to student success in a UK first year university cohort. in: Proceedings of the International Conference on Educational Sciences. Volume 3 ICES'08.