Jemma Sedgmond

Research group:
Neuroscience
Email:
sedgmondj@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
029 206 88772
Location:
CUBRIC, Maindy Road

Research summary

My research will investigate whether cognitive control training can result in long-term behaviour change; more specifically, the effect it can have on food intake. I will be looking at individual differences that may influence the outcome of cognitive control training and combining the behavioural training with brain stimulation.

Teaching summary

Year 1 post-grad tutor

Selected publications (2014 onwards)

 

Full list of publications

 

Funding

School of Psychology

Research group

Cognitive Neuroscience

Research collaborators

Prof Chris Chambers

Dr Rachel Adams

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