Jemma Sedgmond

Research student, School of Psychology

Research summary

The aim of my  research will be to investigate whether different forms of cognitive control  training can result in long-term behaviour change, more specifically the effect  it can have on food consumption and portion control. I will also be using brain  stimulation techniques to augment these effects.

Teaching  Summary

Year  1 post-grad tutor: supporting year 1 students with their practicals via a  series of tutorials

Undergraduate education

2007-2010: BSc. Psychology, University of Chester

Postgraduate education

2011-2012: MSc Foundations of Clinical Neuropsychology,  Bangor University

Employment

2016-2017: Brain  Stimulation Lab Manager, CUBRIC, Cardiff University

2013-2016: TMS Lab  Manager, CUBRIC, Cardiff University