I completed my BSc in Psychology with Criminology at the University of East London, and my MSc in Investigative Psychology and PhD at the University of Huddersfield.
My research interests include cyberviolence, online radicalisation and interpersonal violence.
I have previously worked for the NHS in forensic and community mental health services, and in the third sector for charities offering support around substance misuse. I have also worked for Rape Crisis.
Drakett, J., & Kenny, M. R. (2018). The cost of anger: Gender and collective violence in technology. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review (Accepted).
Kenny, M. R. (2018). Gaming at the Edge: Sexuality and gender at the margins of gamer culture [Review of Gaming at the Edge by Adrienne Shaw]. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review (Accepted).
Kenny, M. R. & Jones, A. (2018). The None in Three project: Preventing domestic violence in the Carribbean- Megan Kenny in conversation with Professor Adele Jones. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review, 1(1), 31-37.
Street, C. N. H., Masip, J., & Kenny, M. R. (2018). Understanding Lie Detection Biases with the Adaptive Lie Detector Theory (ALIED): A Boundedly Rational Approach in The Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication (Accepted).