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My research interests include exercise psychology and behaviour change. Primarily using psychological theory (e.g. Self-Determination Theory, Theory of Planned Behaviour, and Compensatory Health Beliefs Model) to explain and promote physical activity behaviour. This is among a range of populations including children, older adults, and clinical populations such as individuals with psoriasis, using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Other research interests include measurement, and the impact of physical activity on psychological wellbeing. I am a module leader for a range of psychology and research related modules at undergraduate level. At postgraduate level I contribute to the teaching of qualitative methods and behaviour change, and I am currently a PhD supervisor exploring the use of PDMS in sport.