Dr Naomi FisherLecturer in Mental Health
The focus of my research is the psychology of mental distress, the recovery journey and increasing access to evidence based approaches to wellbeing.
I work with individuals with lived experience of mental health issues, relatives, significant others and service providers to ensure that the research reflects the social and cultural context and sense made of mental health experiences. Research interests include:
Understanding the influence of experiences of psychosis on personal and shared goals
Working with employers to support their employees with long term health conditions
Addressing core needs, including physical wellbeing, within services that support recovery
Dispositional mindfulness and reward motivated eating: The role of emotion regulation and mental habit
Fisher, N.R., Mead, B.R., Lattimore, P., Malinowski, P. 1/11/2017 In: Appetite. 118, p. 41-48. 8 p.
What is being induced in mindfulness experiments?: a systematic analysis of the components, composition and emphasis of “mindfulness inductions”
Fisher, N.R. 11/05/2016 In: International Conference on Mindfulness Programme. Consciousness, Mindfulness, Compassion (CMC) International Association
Attention with a mindful attitude attenuates subjective hunger and food intake following food-cue exposure
Fisher, N.R., Lattimore, P., Malinowski, P. 1/04/2016 In: Appetite. 99, p. 10-16. 7 p.
Habitual worrying and benefits of mindfulness
Verplanken, B., Fisher, N.R. 10/2014 In: Mindfulness. 5, 5, p. 566-573. 8 p.
A cross-sectional investigation of trait disinhibition and its association with mindfulness and impulsivity
Lattimore, P., Fisher, N.R., Malinowski, P. 04/2011 In: Appetite. 56, 2, p. 241-248. 8 p.
“Over eating… again”: testing the model of mindfulness as mediator between psychological symptoms and opportunistic eating (TFEQ)
Lattimore, P., Malinowski, P., Fisher, N.R. 2011