Julie Seed - Director of Student Wellbeing
Julie Seed is Director of Student Wellbeing and a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Psychology. She is also an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
She does regular consultancy work in the area of Occupational Ability Testing (Level A), running training courses for local and national organisations. She also works for the British Psychological Society as a Verifier in this area. Her administrative roles within the Division include the management of academic malpractice and equality and diversity enhancement. She is also the Divisional Disabilities Advisor. Her research interests are in the area of eating disorders and body image.
Seed JA., Dahabra S., Heffernan T., Robertson B., Foster K., Venn H., Froom K and Williams T (2005) Everyday Memory and Related Processes in Patients with Eating Disorders. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing: Special Edition, Women's Health Vol 8 176-188
Seed JA., McCue PM., Wesnes KW., Dahabra S & Young AH (2002) Basal Activity of the HPA Axis and Cognitive Function in Anorexia Nervosa. International Journal of Neuroscience Vol 5, 17-25
Seed JA., Dixon, RA., McCluskey, SE., and Young, AH (2000) Basal Activity of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and Cognitive Function in Anorexia Nervosa. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience Vol 250, 11-15.
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