Qualitative/Social Care Researcher
The concept and experiences of loneliness by marginalised groups
My background is in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities with a PhD in Applied Psychology from the Tizard Centre, University of Kent.
My previous experience centred around social care, identity and stigma. I have focused on "hard to reach" populations and examined how receiving social care does/or might affect individuals' personhood and embodiment. Projects I have been involved culminated in a set of recommendations in relation to policy and social care, which aim to improve social care practice for adults.
I joined the department in May 2020 as a postdoctoral qualitative researcher to explore how loneliness is characterised and experienced by people in receipt of social care in England.
Glass shape influences drinking behaviours in three laboratory experiments
Langfield T. et al, (2020), Scientific Reports, 10
Glassware design and drinking behaviours: a review of impact and mechanisms using a new typology of drinking behaviours
Langfield T. et al, (2020), Health Psychology Review
Altering the availability of products within physical micro-environments: A conceptual framework
Pechey R. et al, (2020), BMC Public Health, 20
Impact of bottle size on in-home consumption of wine: Feasibility and acceptability randomised cross-over study
Mantzari E. et al, (2020), Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 6
The impact of ‘on-pack’ pictorial health warning labels and calorie information labels on drink choice: A laboratory experiment
Mantzari E. et al, (2020), Appetite, 145