PhD Title: Signals that deter individuals from making physically active choices
Supervisors: Dr Frank Eves and Dr. Mike White
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, University of Birmingham, 2009.
Guy is a PhD student currently writing up a thesis that draws together many different aspects of psychological science to help explain what drives our everyday exercise choices.
Research groups: Behavioural Medicine Group, Sport and Exercise Psychology Group.
Currently a research assistant on MRC funded project ‘Increasing Physical Activity in the Workplace.’
Conferences involved in:
Lead role on the organising committee for a university funded day conference on ‘The Psychological Aspects of Physical Activity and Health across the Lifespan.’ Birmingham, May 2011.
‘Why the overweight should (but don’t) take the stairs’ Treatment of Obesity Conference, Birmingham, June 2012.
‘Why the overweight should (but don’t) take the stairs’ Universitas 21 Early Career Researchers Workshop, Birmingham, December 2011.
‘Does what we need influence what we see? Implicit energy demands affect our perception of a locomotor challenge.’ 23rd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Montpellier, June 2011.
‘Slope perception: once survival positive, now survival negative?’ 23rd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Montpellier, June 2011.