Lecturer in Industrial/Organisational Psychology
University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
Cheryl Cadogan-McClean joined the faculty at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus in 2002 with prior experience as an educator, research consultant and management consultant. In her post as Lecturer in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Cheryl focuses her research work on the effects of psychological stress on physical and psychological wellbeing, the role of exercise in stress management and the nature of ethical decision making. She served as Coordinator for the M.Sc. Counselling Psychology programme from 2006 to 2009 and continues to serve as the Coordinator for the M.Sc. Applied Psychology programme (2006 – present). She also coordinates the undergraduate B.Sc. Psychology programme. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate psychology courses related to social and industrial/organizational psychology.
The effects of psychological stress on physical and psychological wellbeing, the role of exercise in stress management and the nature of ethical decision making.
Devonish D, Alleyne PA, Cadogan-McClean C, Greenidge D. An empirical study of future professionals’ intentions to engage in unethical business practices. Journal of Academic Ethics. 2009 Sep 1;7(3):159-73.
Alleyne P. Perceptions of moral intensity among undergraduate accounting students in Barbados. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies. 2006 Sep 1;31(3):1-26.
Cohall DH, Scantlebury-Manning T, Cadogan-McLean C, Lallement A, Willis-O'Connor S. The impact of the healthcare system in Barbados (Provision of health insurance and the Benefit Service Scheme) on the use of herbal remedies by Christian churchgoers. West Indian Medical Journal. 2012 Jun;61(3):258-63.