Dr Henrietta Roberts
DClin postgraduate research student


Henrietta is interested in the use of experimental methodologies to examine the nature of the relations between aspects of cognition, psychopathology, and self-regulation. Henrietta completed her PhD examining the relationship between rumination and cognitive inhibition under the supervision of Professors Ed Watkins and Andy Wills. Henrietta worked as a post-doc for Dr Barney Dunn on a project examining the associations between mood disorders and reward sensitivity in a large community cohort. Henrietta is currently working with Dr Anna Adlam on an ISSF funded project examining whether working memory training reduces repetitive negative thinking. Henrietta additionally works for Anna supporting a trial evaluating a working memory training intervention for children with an acquired brain injury.


PhD Psychology (2013)
MSc Psychological Research Methods (2008)
BSc Psychology (2005)


 Following her BSc Henrietta spent two years working in adult mental health settings in the NHS.

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