Dr Julie Goodhew
Taster Day Assistant
School of Psychology (NC) (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences (NC))
I am a Research Fellow for the EPSRC funded eviz project (Energy Visualisation for Carbon Reduction). We are investigating whether demand for energy can be reduced when energy is made more visible, for users. If so, what are the key features of such visualisations.
I teach on the PSY250 module (Workplace Learning and Skills Development) in the School of Psychology and supervise final year projects.
BSc (Hons) Psychology
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
BA (Hons) Business Studies
RSA Counselling in the Development of Learning
British Psychological Society (Graduate Member, MBPsS)
Within the School of Psychology, I teach on module PSY250 and supervise project students in their final year.
I have however, spent my earlier career in Schools and FE Colleges, teaching vocational and academic Business and Marketing. During this time I coordinated courses, led a Business Studies section and acted as a College Counsellor. I have also been an Assistant Examiner for AS Business Studies (AEB) and have also taught on the Open University DZX222 and B120 modules.
Visualisations and the influence of the visual on behaviour (in the context of resource use)
Framing (Particularly the effect of specificity, abstract vs concrete, positive vs negative presentations/communications)
Use of vivid imagery/visualisation
Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., Auburn, T., Goodhew, S. (2015) Making Heat Visible; Promoting energy conservation behaviors through thermal imaging. Environment and Behavior. 47 10. 1059- 1088. DOI: 10.1177/0013916514546218
Goodhew, J., Goodhew, S., Auburn, T., De Wilde, P., Pahl, S. (2009) " A Preliminary Investigation of the Potential for Thermographic Images to Influence Householders Understanding of Home Energy Consumption" In: Dainty (Ed) Procs 25th Annual ARCOM Conference, 7 -9 September 2009, Nottingham, UK, ARCOM, 971-79
Goodhew, J. Pahl, S., Auburn, T., Goodhew, S. Making Heat Visible: Promoting energy conservation behaviours through thermal imaging. C. J. H. Midden. 'Persuasive technology for energy saving' Invited symposium at the 10th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Magdeburg, Sept, 2013.
Goodhew, J., Auburn, T., Pahl, S., Goodhew, S. Promoting Energy Saving Actions via the Technology of Thermal Imaging: Applying a concrete notion to a bricks and mortar issue. E., Werff, van der.'Strategies to change behavior: the effectiveness and acceptability of different types of strategies to change behavior'. Invited Symposium at the 9th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Eindhoven, Sept, 2011.
Andrade, J., Pahl, S., Boomsma, C., Goodhew, J. & May, J. (2010). How images motivate behaviour. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association of People-Environment Studies, Leipzig, June 30th 2010.
Goodhew J., Auburn, T and Pahl, S (2009) "We're on Fire!".......or will showing a householder an image of their home in infrared facilitate a reduction in home energy consumption. Paper presented at the Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society, with IBG, Manchester, Aug 26th 2009.
Goodhew, J., Auburn, T. and Pahl, S. (2008) "That's it we're having more insulation!": Will householders change behaviours and attitudes after being shown an infrared image of their homes leaking heat? Poster presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin. 20th – 25th July, 2008.
Reports & invited lectures
Contributor to the Eden Project Research Report: Cornwall Together Phase 2 Research Report July 2103 (http://www.edenproject.com/sites/default/files/ct2-research-report.pdf)
We're on Fire! Can energy saving actions be promoted through the technology of thermal imaging? London 24th June 2013, Invited Speaker: UCL Energy Institute.
Promoting Energy Efficiency in Homes....by making heat visible through thermal imaging? Launceston 16th January 2013. Invited Speaker: Devon and Cornwall Energy & Environmental Management Group.
Psychology and Best Practice in Energy Efficiency and Climate Change. Carbon Action Network Conference . Birmingham 25th May 2011 Invited Speaker/Facilitator Carbon Action Network Conference (reinvited Sept 2011)
Goodhew, J. (2010) 21st Century Living Project. Report on Thermal Imaging: What Impact Did It Have on Households?
Goodhew, J. (2009) Thermal Images as Prompts for Energy Saving Action. Presentation to 21st Century Living Project, University of Surrey, Dec 15th 2009.
RICS Research Series Prize at ARCOM (2009) for the paper:
Goodhew, J., Goodhew, S., Auburn, T., De Wilde, P., Pahl, S. (2009) " A Preliminary Investigation of the Potential for Thermographic Images to Influence Householders Understanding of Home Energy Consumption" In: Dainty (Ed) Procs 25th Annual ARCOM Conference, 7 -9 September 2009, Nottingham, UK, ARCOM, 971-79.
Energy Group lead and Member, Bovey Climate Action:
Recent winners of The Regen SW award for Energy Sustainable Community (2008)
Winner of the Carbon Positive Award for Carbon Positive Community (2009) http://www.peoplesrepublicofsouthdevon.co.uk/2009/05/08/bovey-climate-action-picks-up-c-award-for-community-carbon-cutting/
Finalist for the University of Plymouth Vice Chancellor's Enterprise Award 2009 under the category 'Enterprising Research'. http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/pages/view.asp?page=25667
21st Century Living Project 2008 to 2010
Contributor to the full report
See a preview, written by Simon Hodgson of Acona www.acona.co.uk at:
Examples of Imaging as on Dartmoor National parks Display: