Professor Marie Reid

Professor Marie Reid

Professor/ Director of MSc Clinical Applications of Psychology/ Athena Swan lead for Psychology

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Psychology

Summary

Professor Reid is a consultant clinical psychologist and health psychologist. Her first degree was in modern languages and literature, and she became interested in psychology when she worked in Rome and found her students talked to her about their problems, as well as their language lessons. She also translated for Dr Cesare de Silvestri, one of Italy's leading psychiatrists, who encouraged her to become a clinical psychologist. Her PhD was on eating behaviour and she continues to specialise in that area, both for research and clinically.

Undergraduate

Postgraduate - Psychological Interventions - Case Studies in Mental Health - Changing Health Behaviours - Context of Health and Illness Foundation - Psychological Research

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Schizotypy but not Cannabis Use Modestly Predicts Psychotogenic Experiences: A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE)

Airey, N. D., Hammersley, R., & Reid, M. (2020). Schizotypy but not Cannabis Use Modestly Predicts Psychotogenic Experiences: A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE). Journal of Addiction, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/5961275

Testing the Constraint Theory of Addiction: Cannabis Constraints Discriminate Users from Nonusers and Heavy from Light Users

Hammersley, R., Holmes, N., & Reid, M. (2020). Testing the Constraint Theory of Addiction: Cannabis Constraints Discriminate Users from Nonusers and Heavy from Light Users. Journal of Addiction, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/3427270

Stuffing down feelings: Bereavement, anxiety and emotional detachment in the life stories of people with eating disorders

Reid, M., Wilson-Walsh, R., Cartwright, L., & Hammersley, R. (2020). Stuffing down feelings: Bereavement, anxiety and emotional detachment in the life stories of people with eating disorders. Health and Social Care in the Community, 28(3), 979-987. https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.12930

There's just huge anxiety: ontological security, moral panic, and the decline in young people's mental health and well-being in the UK

Bell, J., Reid, M., Dyson, J., Schlosser, A., & Alexander, T. (2019). There’s just huge anxiety: ontological security, moral panic, and the decline in young people’s mental health and well-being in the UK. Qualitative research in medicine and healthcare, 3(2), 87-97. https://doi.org/10.4081/qrmh.2019.8200

Is the British diet improving?

Reid, M., & Hammersley, R. (2016). Is the British diet improving?. Nutrition Bulletin, 41(4), 360-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/nbu.12243