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If you would like a reprint of any of my articles, are interested in collaborating with our research group, or would like information about available student projects please contact me:
Postal: MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, 15 Chaucer Road, Cambridge, CB2 2EF
My research examines emotion experience and regulation in common mental health problems, using a combination of cognitive-experimental, neuroimaging and psychophysiological methods. The eventual goal of this work is to help develop novel emotion regulation interventions to supplement existing therapeutic strategies. I work under the supervision of Tim Dalgleish and in collaboration with other members of the emotion research group at the CBU. I am based four days a week at the CBU in Cambridge and one day a week as a clinical psychologist in London, where I practice cognitive behavioural therapy and cognitive analytic therapy in an adult mental health setting. I am also an honorary lecturer at the Sub Department of Clinical Health Psychology at University College London, where I supervise the research dissertations of trainee clinical psychologists.
• The consequences of different forms of emotion regulation in depression, post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and borderline personality disorder
• Effects of emotional suppression when processing traumatic material
• Accuracy of self-focused attention to mind and body in anxiety and depression
• The impact of mindfulness meditation techniques on response to emotional material
• The contribution of body-state feedback to the emotional and decision-making symptoms of depression
• An fMRI investigation of the neural substrate of thought suppression
• An fMRI investigation of the neural representation of basic emotions
• Empirical evaluation of Damasio's somatic marker hypothesis
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