Reader in Childhood Eating Behaviour
Jackie is an applied developmental psychologist whose specific interest is in parenting and childhood eating behaviour and obesity.
David Booth investigates the ways in which an individual's life works. His research and teaching centre on the processes in the mind that fit to the current situation the actions and reactions by people, members of other species and, indeed, intelligent robots.
Reader in Psychology
The main aim of my lab is to understand pain without injury. Consequently we hurt people using hypnosis, painful images, illusions and other trickery. I am generally interested in the nature of pain and the relationship between pain and consciousness.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology
Dr Grunfeld's research focuses on the role of beliefs, attitudes and perceptions on behaviour, particulalrly in relation to health. Her work has advanced knowledge of how beliefs around illness, risk, and social factors predict timelines of help-seeking behaviours, influence returning to work following illnesss and impact on short and long term adaptation.
Reader in the Psychobiology of Appetite
I am a research psychologist interested in the study of motivated behaviours like eating and drug taking.
Senior Academic Tutor, ClinPsyD course
I am one of the Senior Academic Tutors on the ClinPsyD Course in the School of Psychology. My role involves being the Year 3 Tutor as well as curriculum organisation and development. I supervise research in the area of health psychology, focusing mainly on Coeliac Disease, cancer and end of life care.
Senior Research Tutor for Clinical Psychology
Senior Lecturer in Psychology
Joint Course Director MRes Clinical Psychology
My main roles involve teaching, supporting and supervising research on the clinical psychology doctorate, and organising the MRes Clinical Psychology course. I also supervise PhD students using qualitative research methods to explore experiences of psychological distress, recovery, relatedness and caring. My research interests are in these same areas.
Senior Academic Tutor
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology & Child Clinical Psychologist
Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
Dr Nouwen’s main research interests focus on two areas: the motivational processes underlying dietary self-care in people with diabetes, and the Centre for Obesity Research. Dr Nouwen uses both applied clinical and social as well as experimental laboratory paradigms. He is Associate Editor of Diabetic Medicine and Consulting Editor of Health Psychology.
Professor of Dementia Care, Bradford Dementia Group, University of Bradford Honorary consultant clinical psychologist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental
Stemming from many years of clinical psychology work with older people in the NHS, my research focuses on understanding psychological adjustment to a range of the most common but difficult hurdles old age can bring, including loss and bereavement, dementia, long-term illness and facing death. I am interested in factors that contribute to ill-being or well-being, including the ways that people, ...
Associate Director, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology