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Jemma Sedgmond

Research student, School of Psychology

Email:
sedgmondj@cardiff.ac.uk
Location:
Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, Maindy Road, Cardiff, CF24 4HQ

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.

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

Research interests

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

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

Chris Chambers

Professor Chris Chambers

Professor, Head of Brain Stimulation

Professor Andrew Lawrence

Professor Andrew Lawrence

Professor, Head of Cognitive Neuroscience

2019

2016