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Dr Claire Garnett
Room 215
Department of Behavioural Science and Health
1-19 Torrington Place
London
WC1E 7HB
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Behavioural Science and Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography
Qualifications
2017 - PhD, Health Psychology, University College London
2013 - MSc, Research Methods in Psychology, University College London
2012 - BA, Natural Sciences (Part II Psychology), University of Cambridge
Research Themes
Research Summary

Dr Garnett is a Research Associate working in UCL's Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group, funded by CRUK. Her research interests include:

- Health behaviours

- Behaviour change interventions

- Development and evaluation of digital interventions

- Excessive alcohol consumption as a behaviour change target


She received a PhD Studentship award from the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies (UKCTAS) and completed her PhD at UCL under the supervision of Professor Susan Michie, Dr Jamie Brown and Professor Robert West. Her PhD thesis focused on the development and evaluation of a theory- and evidence-based smartphone application to reduce excessive alcohol consumption (‘Drink Less’). This was done through the analysis of drinking behaviour and effective interventions to reduce excessive drinking using the COM-B model of behaviour (capability, opportunity, motivation – behaviour); a systematic review of digital interventions for excessive alcohol use; studies to identify and develop intervention content for the app, and an evaluation of the different intervention content in a factorial assessment.

Teaching Summary

 2014-15 Laboratory Demonstrator for 1st year Psychology students, University College London

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