School:Psychology and Sport Science
Emily is currently working on a project that explores individual differences in responsiveness to environmental cues that predict rewards, and how these differences impact habitual behaviours.
Emily’s project is titled Understanding Phenotypic Trait Differences and their Impact on Habitual Behaviour, working in collaboration with University of Cambridge. Specifically, this involves investigating the relationship between individual differences in responsiveness to reward cues and habitual behaviour.
Breese, E., 2020. Piloting, pitfalls and progress: development of an online cognitive assessment battery in Gorilla. Behavioural Science Online Conference 2020 (30 June) – invited speaker.
Breese, E., Thirkettle, M., Roth, I., Heath, C. J., 2020. Assessing the impact of circadian misalignment on human cognition. Behavioural Science Online Conference 2020 (30 June) – virtual poster, prize winner.
Breese, E., Thirkettle, M., Roth, I., Heath, C. J., 2018. Assessment of workers using an online platform to evaluate the effects of shift pattern on different cognitive domains. Federation of European Neuroscience Societies 11th Forum of Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany.