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Research interests

My research interests are in the psychopharmacology of alcohol and other substance use. My current research reflects my interest in how alcohol hangover affects thought processes that underlie everyday behaviours. Specifically, I am interested in how hangover affects executive functions, such as our ability to inhibit behaviours, or manage emotions. As a PhD student, I am developing experience in laboratory studies in the field of human psychopharmacology.

Teaching interests

My teaching interests include core skills for undergraduate students, including developing critical arguments, essay writing, presentation skills, referencing, and debating controversial topics within psychology.

Other responsibilities

I am a champion for public engagement activities for PhD student. I have also created and manage a PhD student-led, peer support Wellbeing group within the Department of Psychology.

Education/Academic qualification

Molecular Neuroscience, Master of Science, University of Bristol

9 Sep 20119 Sep 2012

Award Date: 9 Sep 2012

Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of the West of England

22 Sep 20087 Jul 2011

Award Date: 7 Jul 2011

Keywords

  • Alcohol
  • Hangover
  • Cognition
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Addiction

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