Nicholas Troop

Academic profile

Dr Nicholas Troop

Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)

The Global Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Nicholas's work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

Goal 03: SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-beingGoal 05: SDG 5 - Gender EqualityGoal 16: SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

About Nicholas

2022 – present Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology, University of Plymouth2007 – 2022 Principal Lecturer in Health Psychology, University of Hertfordshire
2000 – 2007 Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology, London Metropolitan University
1998 - 2000 Lecturer in Psychology, University of Essex
1997 - 1998 Clinical Research Psychologist, Institute of Psychiatry (London)

Supervised Research Degrees

Holly Cumbers (DClinPsy 2023). Rebuilding Your Life after Stroke: Positive Steps to Wellbeing” an evaluation of unpaid carers’ views using inductive thematic analysis Timothy Swann (DClinPsy 2022). The Experience of Body Image in People with Sickle Cell Disease Emily Beadle (PhD 2020). Body shame, body compassion and physical activity Neil Howlett (PhD 2019). Evidence-based and theoretically-driven behaviour change interventions for physical activity to enhance health and wellbeing Maria Takousi (PhD 2017). Patients' Health Related Quality of Life after Coronary Revascularization: A longitudinal mixed method study Sandra Van Os (PhD 2016). A mixed methods study of adherence to prophylactic treatment among young people with haemophilia Josefine Magnusson (PhD 2016). Experiences of adolescent weight management: The perspectives of primary health care professionals, adolescents and parents Lois Alexander (PhD 2016). When the bells go down: Resilience and vulnerability in firefighters Nuriye Kupeli (PhD 2014). Stress, affect systems and eating pathology in problematic weight regulation Carine Lewis (PhD 2012). The relationship between improvisation and cognition Cliff Roberts (PhD 2005). Eating behaviour and body weight in a sample of adult women: The role of stress and dietary restraint Stamatia Sotrilli (Counselling Psychology Doctorate: 2005). Towards curing the unthinkable: Reflections on the process of working with survivors of child sexual abuse Leanne Andrews (PhD 2002). The structure and function of trauma-related avoidance Syd Hiskey (PhD 2002). Intrusive experiences and psychological adjustment following trauma

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