Professor Jackie Andrade
Associate Head of School (Research)
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)
Professor of Psychology
BA(hons) Psychology, University of Cambridge 1984-87
PhD in Psychology (spatial memory), University of Manchester, 1987-90
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-
Experimental Psychology Society
PSYC105 Psychology of Everyday Experience
Staff serving as external examiners
External examiner 2005-2008, Honours Psychology programme, University of Surrey
Consciousness, anaesthesia, and memory: I am interested in the role of working memory and imagery in recollection, particularly recollection of emotional events. In relation to anaesthesia, Dr Catherine Deeprose (Plymouth University) and I have shown that small amounts of memory priming persist during surgery even when patients are conscious. I was a member of the steering panel for the Royal College of Anaesthetists' NAP5 project, the biggest ever study of awareness in anaesthesia. I worked with the Science Museum on their 'Pain Less' exhibition, which opened to the public in November 2012.
Research degrees awarded to supervised students
Annegret Schneider: The psychological cycle of dental anxiety (2011-2014)
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
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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