I am Lecturer in Psychology. Having had a previous career in the financial services and banking industry and knowing that it was not going to be my passion for the remainder of my working life, I made the decision to change direction. I first read Psychology at the Open University achieving 1st Class BSc (hons) in psychology. Having chosen to specialise as a Health Psychologist I undertook a MSc Health Psychology at the University of Surrey before continuing on to undertake a PhD alongside my health psychology Stage 2 training Postgraduate Certificate in Health Psychology Practice. In addition to undertaking a number of consultancy positions I have been a teaching fellow at the University of Surrey before moving to the University of Winchester in 2016 to take up a lectureship.
Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Higher Education Academy Associate Fellowship (FHEA).
- Husted, M., Banks, A. P., & Seiss, E. (2016). Eating behaviour associated with differences in conflict adaptation for food pictures. Appetite, 105, 630–637. Read it online
- Husted, M., & Ogden, J. (2014). Emphasising personal investment effects weight loss and hedonic thoughts about food after obesity surgery. Journal of Obesity, 2014, 810374. Read it online
- Husted, M., Banks, A. P., & Seiss, E. (2014). External Eating Behaviour Affects Performance in Food Picture Flanker Task. Appetite, 83, 360. Read it online
- Husted, M., Seiss, E., & Banks, A. (2013). Causal reasoning about obesity – What’s logic got to do with it? Appetite, 71, 478. Read it online
Selected conference presentations
- International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, August 2014, Groningen, Holland. “External and Emotional Eating Differentially Effects Performance in Flanker Task Using Food Stimuli.”
- British Psychological Society, April 2013, Harrogate. “Impact of an investment based intervention on weight loss and hedonic thoughts about food post obesity surgery”
- BPS Division of Health Psychology, September 2013, Brighton. “What has logic got to do with obesity?”