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Andi Fugard (they/them) is a senior lecturer in social science research methods at Birkbeck, University of London. Their research centres on evidence: how it is gathered and used and how this should be done. Substantive areas explored over the last decade include mental health treatment outcomes, trust in cloud computing, the psychology of reasoning, and, most recently, how the next UK census will ask about sex/gender.

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Andi Fugard (they/them) is a senior lecturer in social science research methods at Birkbeck, University of London, joining May 2017. They have a background in computer science and psychology, training at the University of Edinburgh, where they took a PhD (2009) on individual differences in reasoning along the broader autism spectrum and an MSc (2005) in Neuroinformatics. Their first degree was in computer science (Queen’s University Belfast, 2002). They were a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Salzburg, Austria (2008–2011); a research fellow at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (2011–2013); and a lecturer in research methods for educational and child psychology at University College London (2013–2017). Their research centres on evidence: how it is gathered and used and how this should be done. Substantive areas explored over the last decade include mental health treatment outcomes, trust in cloud computing, the psychology of reasoning, and, most recently, how the next UK census will ask about sex/gender.

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