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Research Interests

Research interests are broadly within Health Psychology, with a particular focus on:

  • Stress and Psychoneuroendocrinology
  • Self-regulatory fatigue and decision fatigue
  • Work, effort, and demand
  • Symptom variability

The majority of my work employs real-time assessment methodologies (i.e. ecological momentary assessment or intensive longitudinal methods/analysis) to study changing phenomena in daily life.


European Health Psychology Society Early Career Award (2019)

PhD Supervision

Neza Javornik (2017-20) 'Reporting and measuring treatment-as-usual in health behaviour change trials'

Bernard Asare (2019- ) 'Exploring health issues associated with rotation work by employing intensive longitudinal assessment methods'

Mona Maier (2021- ) 'Decision fatigue in healthcare decision making'

Marina Maciver (2022- ) 'Quality of life in young people with limb amputation'

Leia Kane (2022- ) 'Stress and heart rate variability in doctors'


MSc Health Psychology Programme Lead

Coordinator of PU5053 Stress, Personality & Health

Contributor on PU5022, PU5029, PU5054, PU5909

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, PhD, University of Southampton

Award Date: 26 Jun 2014


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