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  Professor Ken Fox
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Centre for Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences
Areas of expertise: Spokesperson for the field of physical activity/exercise and public health. Senior scientific editor of the CMO report (2004)and...
Keywords: physical activity | exercise | psychology | obesity | public health | mental health | ageing | self-esteem
  Dr Misa Izuhara
Post(s): Reader, School for Policy Studies
Areas of expertise: I have been working extensively in the areas of ageing and intergenerational relations, housing and social change, and comparative...
Keywords: ageing | intergenerational relations | housing | social change | comparative policy analysis
  Professor John McNamara
Post(s): Professor of Mathematics and Biology, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: My work attempts to understand how the process of natural selection has shaped the behaviour of organisms. Typically I formalise...
Keywords: behavioural ecology | evolutionary biology | life-history theory | evolutionary game theory | ageing
  Dr Gillian Porter
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: My PhD research investigated the use of pupil dilation as a measure of processing load, particularly with visual input while...
Keywords: pupil dilation | processing load | visual input | eye movement patterns | psychophysical methods | visual information processing | attention | ageing
  Dr Brian Stollery
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Experimental Psychology, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: My research interests cover the areas of occupational health, human aging, functional change and individual differences....
Keywords: neurotoxicology | ageing | stress | risk perception