UK

Daniel is an Associate Professor in Psychology, with a particular focus on habitual behaviours. He has authored over 40 publications, including journal articles, book chapters, a popular press psychology book and a concise overview of social psychology aimed at students. Daniel has received funding from Cancer Research UK, the Economic Social Research Council, British Academy, Alcohol Research UK, the European Regional Development Fund and both commercial and third sector partners. He is currently leading a clinical RCT comparing two stop smoking treatments (ISRCTN23584477).  He has also published widely in the field of psychophysiology, and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.