Debbie Roy
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Research interests

Debbie Roy is a Research Associate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath.

Her research interests include psychology of work and ageing, and environmental conservation.

As a researcher she is experienced in mixed methods, having  conducted experiments both in the field, in laboratory settings and has also conducted extensive in-depth interviews and focus groups. Debbie is working with Dr Andrew Weyman in a large multi-disciplinary project funded by the ESRC : entitled; Should I stay or should I go?: NHS staff retention in a post COVID world, challenges and prospects.

Debbie spent one integral year at Queens College, City University of New York, U.S.A on the Learning Processes Doctoral Programme, while studying for her MSc in Applied Psychology. During her time at Queens College she was involved in concept formation research and its practical applications. Prior to her academic career, Debbie was a senior manager in the National Health Service and worked closely in cross-discipline and organizational collaborations with a range of health and social care professionals and information managers.

Research interests

  • Pro-social behaviour
  • Decision making in applied social settings
  • Motivation
  • Behaviour Change
  • Ageing and well-being
  • Identity
  • Habits


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