Professor Jackie Andrade
Professor in Psychology
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)
- Craving and desire
- Anaesthesia (awareness in)
- Alcohol misuse
- Functional Imagery Training
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Professor of Psychology
BA (Hons) Psychology, University of Cambridge 1984-87
PhD in Psychology (spatial memory), University of Manchester, 1987-9
Research pharmacologist, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Harlow, 1990-91
Scientist, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, 1991-95
Lecturer, senior lecturer, reader, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, 1995-2007
Professor, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, 2007-
Elected Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences
Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
Experimental Psychology Society
Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy
PSYC411 Learning and memory
Staff serving as external examiners
External examiner 2005-2008, Honours Psychology programme, University of Surrey
Research degrees awarded to supervised students
Joana Galvao Gomes da Silva Creative technologies for behaviour change
Jonathan Rhodes Functional Imagery Training to increase resilience in athletes
Sophie Homer Social anxiety and paranoia: A mixed methods investigation
Linda Solbrig: Functional Imagery Training, a novel, theory-based motivational intervention for weight-loss
Annegret Schneider: The psychological cycle of dental anxiety
Jessica Skorka-Brown: Cognitive processes in craving: from the laboratory to the real world (2010-2014)
Sophie Pettit: Cognitive effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy (part-time, 2008-2013)
Christine Boomsma: Role of mental imagery in motivation for sustainable behaviours (2009-2012)
Helen Batey: Intrusive thoughts and mindfulness in deliberate self-harm (2007-2010)
Joanna Blackburn: Craving in eating disorders (2005-2009)
Lisa-Marie Berry : Cognition and craving (2004-2008)
Steven Lilley: Eye movements and traumatic recollections (DClinPsy, 2002-2005)
Lynne Barker : Implicit cognition following frontal brain injury
Catherine Deeprose: Learning during anaesthesia (1999-2002)
Nathalie Panabokke: Role of visual imagery in cigarette craving (2001-2004)
Michael Bywaters: The role of affect in vividness of imagery (1999-2003)
Harshada Patel: Children’s memory for colour
Yuet Yee Yim: Visuo-spatial working memory
Alison Rowlands: Effect of eye movements on vividness of traumatic imagery (DClinPsy)
Grants & contracts
JP Moulton Foundation. MIRAGE Functional imagery training to reduce alcohol-related harm in patients with alcohol-related liver disease: a pilot randomised trial. £312000. Dhanda, A. & Andrade, J. (2020-2022)
NIHR PenARC PhD studentship. Implementation of Functional Imagery Training into primary care. £65,172 Andrade J, Parkin T & Solbrig S. (2019-2022)
European Regional Development Fund: £2.7m: EHealth Productivity andInnovation in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly (EPIC). Ray Jones, Jackie Andrade etal., May 2017-April 2020.
NIHR HTA: £352,535. Freeman, J., Zajicek, J., Barton, A.,Marsden, J., Gunn, H., & Andrade, J. Balance Right in Multiple Sclerosis(BRiMS): A guided self-management programme to reduce falls and improve qualityof life, balance and mobility in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
National Institute ofAcademic Anaesthesia/ObstetricAnaesthetists' Association: £29,757: Patient Reported awareness in OBstErics– PROBE. Peter Odor, Sohail Bampoe, Jackie Andrade, Nuala Lucas, RamaniMoonesinghe, Jaideep J Pandit. Feb 2017-2019.
NHMRC Project Grant 1099400, AU$895,032,Kavanagh DJ, Graves N, Connor J, Hides L, Gullo M, Connolly J, Andrade J, MayJ. Anew, low-cost e-health treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder using mental imagery.2016-2020.
PenCLAHRC2, £60,000, Andrade J, Parkin T, Jones R. Functional Imagery Trainingas a personalized e-health intervention for weight loss (PhD studentship forLinda Solbrig) 2015-2017.
EU FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network (FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN-IDP604764, €4.1m "CogNovo:Cognitive Innovation". Denham S (Coordinator, Plymouth University);Andrade J, Belpaeme T, May J (Plymouth), Kavanagh, DJ, Tjondronegoro D(Queensland), Baillie JC (Aldebaran): Project 13. Using creative technologiesto promote behaviour change. 2013-17.
QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation –Kavanagh, Tjondronegoro, Connolly, Witkiewitz, Andrade, May & Hides, AU$29,985. Test of a new motivational intervention for alcohol misuse, incorporating mobile phone reminders. Sept2012 – Feb 2014.
Queensland University of Technology – Andrade, J.,Aus$3,500, adjunct professorship. Oct 2011-Sept 2014.
University of Plymouth – White, M. P.,Pahl, S., Andrade, J. & May, J., £130,000. Dental anxiety, nature exposure and virtualreality. 2010-2013.
Peninsula Dental School – Moles, D., Andrade,J. & White, M., £52,000. The psychological cycle of dental anxiety.2011-2014 (PhD studentship).
MRC addiction research cluster – C. Drummond et al. Experimental and clinical research on treatment of alcohol misuse anddependence (ECTAD) (2009-2010)HEA Psychology Network – J. Andrade et al, £5905: Making revision seminars more effective (09/08 – 08/10)
Australian NHMRC – D Kavanagh et al (Associate Investigator), AUS$665,250 (approx £266k): Randomised controlled trial of a new intervention for alcohol craving (01/07 – 12/09).
ESRC – J. Andrade & J. May, £42,494: Effects of thought acceptance, diversion and suppression on food craving (1.11.05 – 31.02.07)
ESRC – J May, J Andrade & H Batey, £48,654: Intrusive thoughts and mindfulness in deliberate self harm (01/07 – 12.09).
ESRC –J Andrade, J May & L-M Berry, £47,505, Coping with intrusive thoughts using mindfulness training (10/05 – 9/08).
ESRC – J May, J Andrade & J Blackburn, £60,340, Cognitive aspects of craving in eating disorders (10/05 – 9/09).
University of Sheffield Postgraduate TrainingDevelopment grant – J. Andrade & A. Sahal £10,200: PracticalTraining in Public Communication of Science (9/04 – 6/06)
Wellcome Trust – J. Andrade, £108,901: Awareness duringpaediatric surgery under general anaesthesia: Impact on children’smemory and post-operative behaviour (7/02 – 7/05).
PPP HealthcareTrust – J. Andrade, S. McHale & L. Barker, £53,832: Implicitprocess deficits and the dysexecutive syndrome following frontal braininjury in adolescence and young adulthood (5/01–5/04)
ESRC – J. Andrade, £39,998: Sensitivity of visual imagery to irrelevant visual stimulation (6/02 – 6/03).
University of Sheffield Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences – J. May, M. Jones, J. Andrade, R. Rowe, £12,206: Psychological Enquiry Based Learning (PEBBLE) (2/06 onwards)
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