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Researchers in this group have internationally recognised expertise in the areas of psychobiology, behaviour change, developmental disabilities, psychopathology and nutrition. The group includes chartered Health, Clinical, Occupational and Sport & Exercise Psychologists and aims to enhance health and wellbeing through research, consultancy and collaboration with a diverse range of stakeholders.  

Many researchers in this group are part of the University’s multidisciplinary research theme (MDRT) ‘Integrated Health’, which brings together researchers across a range of disciplines to address pressing societal and global challenges.  

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