Our first meeting to discuss projects on alcohol craving. Looking forward to trying out our new immersive video craving induction. From left to right: Paige, Lauren, Simone, Georgia and Ali.
Functional Imagery Training is an important element in a new therapy for people with multiple sclerosis. The BRiMS (Balance Right in Multiple Sclerosis) programme combines exercise and education to reduce falls and improve quality of life. FIT is woven throughout the 13-week programme to help keep people motivated. Project leads Jennifer Freeman and Hilary Gunn… Continue reading New grant
New to Plymouth Motivation Lab this year are three placement students, Lloyd Taylor, Despina Djama and Kirsten Woodman. Welcome! They will be working with Jon May, Jackie Andrade and Marina Khalil. Marina completed her MSc Health Psychology dissertation on health practitioners’ responses to Functional Imagery Training, and helped create this website to introduce FIT. Marina… Continue reading New team members