Dr Lexy Newbold
Associate Research Fellow

Research

Research interests

Lexy‘s research interests include how to improve the communication of information conveying health risk, and applying the findings of risk perception research to real world risk communication. More latterly her research has moved into the area of talking therapies for anxiety and depression. In particular what aids recovery for people with anxiety and depression and how that recovery can be measured. She has a special interest in the use of hypnotherapy and emotional freedom technique in improving wellbeing.

Research grants:

Hellier, Newbold and Edworthy, (2008) Evaluating the Application of Research Findings to Emergency Communication (£62,500)

Newbold and Byng (2010) Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Evaluation Project, PenCLAHRC funding £22,789

Newbold and Byng (2011) Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Evaluation Project, PenCLAHRC funding £55,691

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