Affiliation: UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
Caroline is Assistant Director of the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change and a Senior Research Associate in UCL’s Health Psychology Research Group. Her current role involves co-ordinating the Centre’s academic activities, training, teaching and events programmes. Her first role with the team at UCL was as lead researcher for the Behaviour Change Techniques (BCT) Taxonomy project. Her research interests focus around behaviour change methodology, intervention design, evaluation, and in the design and development of digital interventions to change behaviour. She is involved in research to explore the effectiveness of graphic anti-smoking warnings in prompting smokers to quit smoking and how exposure to warnings can impact upon the smoker-non-smoker intergroup relationship.