Catherine Kimber is a Doctoral candidate at the School of Psychology at the University of East London. Her research is concerned with nicotine and smoking addiction with a focus on e-cigarette use. Earlier work looked at the relationship between e-cigarette types and their appeal to smokers. She has also been involved in other work which includes the effects of nicotine on smokers’ cognitive functioning. Her PhD is looking at compensatory behaviours in e-cigarette use, nicotine delivery and e-cigarettes’ efficacy as smoking cessation aids.