I am a Research Associate working within the Department of Psychology, Sociology & Politics. My background is in Sport and Exercise Psychology and I am primarily working on behaviour change projects related to health Psychology. I am currently close to completing my PhD which has explored the determinants of sedentary behaviour within desk-based employees.
I am working as a Research Associate within the Department of Psychology, Sociology & Politics. My area of interest is in Sport and Exercise Psychology, having studied for my Masters at Sheffield Hallam. I am particularly interested in health and well-being and the promotion of physical activity. As part of my role I am working closely with the Behavioural Science Consortium, a unique venture in which academics from Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Manchester provide the UK Government and the public sector with behavioural science insights. I also support other researchers within the department, helping them to develop, conduct and analyse different research projects. I have experience in conduction both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
I am also close to completing my PhD, which explored the Determinants of Sedentary Behaviour within Desk-Based Employees. I did my PhD at Sheffield Hallam University within the Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, in partnership with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine.
My areas of interest are Sport & Exercise psychology, Health and Well-Being, Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and behaviour Change.
López-Valenciano, A., Mayo, X., Liguori, G., Copeland, R.J., Lamb, M., & Jimenez Gutierrez, A. (2020). Changes in sedentary behaviour in European Union adults between 2002 and 2017. BMC Public Health, 20 (1), 1206. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09293-1
Phelan, I., Furness, P., Fehily, O., Thompson, A., Babiker, N., Lamb, M., & Lindley, S. (2019). A mixed-methods investigation into the acceptability, usability and perceived effectiveness of active and passive virtual reality scenarios in managing pain under experimental conditions. Journal of Burn Care & Research, 40 (1), 85-90. http://doi.org/10.1093/jbcr/iry052
Furness, P., Phelan, I., Babiker, N., Fehily, O., Thompson, A., & Lindley, S. (2019). Reducing pain during wound dressings in burn care using virtual reality: a study of perceived impact and usability with patients and nurses. Journal of Burn Care & Research, 40 (6), 878-885. http://doi.org/10.1093/jbcr/irz106
Tremblay, M.S., & Lamb, M. (2017). Sedentary Behavior Research Network (SBRN) – Terminology Consensus Project process and outcome. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-017-0525-8
Kilby, L., Thorneloe, R., Arden, M., Lamb, M., & Armitage, C.J. (2019). Doncaster local delivery pilot behavioural insight work phase: 3 Co-Design Workshops. Behavioural Science Consortium. http://behaviouralscienceconsortium.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Doncaster-Phase-3-report-submitted.pdf
Kilby, L., Thorneloe, R., Arden, M., Lamb, M., & Armitage, C.J. (2019). Doncaster local delivery pilot behavioural insight work phase 2: Insights from Community Explorer research. Behavioural Science Consortium. http://behaviouralscienceconsortium.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Phase-2-Report-17.05.19.pdf
Kilby, L., Arden, M., Lamb, M., & Armitage, C.J. (2019). Doncaster local delivery pilot behavioural insight work phase 1. Behavioural Science Consortium. http://behaviouralscienceconsortium.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/DMBC-Phase-1-Brochure.pdf