Charlotte completed a BSc in Psychology at Loughborough University in 2015. During this degree she undertook a placement year working as a research assistant with ADHD patients at the Institute of Psychiatry. After her BSc, Charlotte was appointed as a visiting researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry, investigating the reliability of mobile EEG devices. Later on that year, she commenced an MSc in Psychology Research Methods at the University of Surrey (distinction). During her MSc, she used mobile EEG methods to investigate the effects of walking on brain signals. In 2016, Charlotte was awarded a PhD studentship at Loughborough University.
Title: Peer influences on eating behaviour in athletes
Charlotte’s research currently involves exploring the similarities and differences in eating attitudes and behaviours among members of sports teams. She is particularly interested in determining how peer influences change over the course of a competitive season and the conditions under which peers can be most influential. In addition, Charlotte is focused on exploring the impact of teammate eating behaviours and practices on an individual athlete’s food intake and food selection.
Keywords for Discipline and Research Area:
Sport, Athlete, Eating Behaviour, Peer Influence,