Dr Claire Hampson
Position: Lecturer in Psychology
College: College of Life & Natural Sciences
Department: Life Sciences
Subject area: Psychology
Research Centre: Centre for Psychological Research
I work primarily in the field of Clinical and Health Psychology and lecture at both undergraduate and MSc level. I also teach on a range of other modules including Biological Psychology, Research Methods and Analysis and Epidemiology and Statistics.
I lead our most popular third year optional module, Clinical Applications of Psychology.
My research interests lie within addictive behaviours and the impact of addiction on family members and significant others. My PhD evaluated an evidence-based family-intervention to promote the inclusion of affected family members within routine addiction services.
- University of Nottingham: Psychopharmacology section 2005-2008
British Psychological Society (BPS) Health Psychology Division
- BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Derby
- PG Cert HE, University of Derby
- MSc Health Psychology, University of Derby
- PhD in Psychology: Substance Misuse and the Family, University of Birmingham
- Body , S., Cheung , THC., Bezzina, G., Hampson, CL, Fone, KCF, Bradshaw, CM, Glennon, JC., & Szabadi, E. (2014). New Findings on the Sensitivity of Free-Operant Timing Behaviour to 5-Hydroxytryptamine Receptor Stimulation. Timing & Time Perception, 2, 210–232.
- den Boon FS, Body S, Hampson CL, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E, & de Bruin N. (2012). Effects of amisulpride and aripiprazole on progressive-ratio schedule performance: comparison with clozapine and haloperidol. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 26, 9, 1231-43.
- Hampson CL, Body S, den Boon FS, Cheung THC, Bezzina G, Langley RW, Fone KCF, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E (2010). Comparison of the effects of 2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodoamphetamine and D-amphetamine on the ability of rats to discriminate the durations and intensities of light stimuli. Behavioural Pharmacology, 21, 1, 11-20.
- da Costa Araujo S, Body S, Hampson CL., Langley RW, Deakin JFW, Anderson IM, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E (2009). Effects of lesions of the nucleus accumbens core on inter-temporal choice: further observations with an adjusting-delay procedure. Behavioural Brain Research, 202, 2, 272-7.
- Body S, Cheung TH, Hampson CL, den Boon FS, Bezzina G, Fone KC, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E (2008). Attenuation of the effects of d-amphetamine on interval timing behavior by central 5-hydroxytryptamine depletion. Psychopharmacology, 203, 3, 547-559.
- Bezzina G, Boon FS, Hampson CL, Cheung TH, Body S, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E, Anderson IM, Deakin JF (2008). Effect of quinolinic acid-induced lesions of the subthalamic nucleus on performance on a progressive-ratio schedule of reinforcement: a quantitative analysis. Behavioural Brain Research, 195, 2, 223-30.
- Bezzina G, Body S, Cheung TH, Hampson CL, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E, Anderson IM, Deakin JF (2008). Effect of disconnecting the orbital prefrontal cortex from the nucleus accumbens core on inter-temporal choice behaviour: a quantitative analysis. Behavioural Brain Research, 191, 2, 272-9.
- Bezzina G, Body S, Cheung TH, Hampson CL, Deakin JF, Anderson IM, Szabadi E, Bradshaw CM. Effect of quinolinic acid-induced lesions of the nucleus accumbens core on performance on a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement: implications for inter-temporal choice. Psychopharmacology, 197, 2, 339-50.
- Cheung TH, Bezzina G, Hampson CL, Body S, Fone KC, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E (2007). Evidence for the sensitivity of operant timing behaviour to stimulation of D1 dopamine receptors. Psychopharmacology, 195, 2, 213-22.
- Bezzina G, Cheung TH, Asgari K, Hampson CL, Body S, Bradshaw CM, Szabadi E, Deakin JF, Anderson IM. Effects of quinolinic acid-induced lesions of the nucleus accumbens core on inter-temporal choice: a quantitative analysis. Psychopharmacology, 95, 1, 71-84.
- Increasing family-focused practice across an Organisation: Helping services become more family-focused (2013). Talk given at the 2013 New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (NDSAG) 37th Annual Conference, 26th April 2013, Birmingham, U.K. http://www.fead.org.uk/video606/Claire-Hampson-and-Rchard-McVey:-Increasing-family-focused-practice-across-an-organisation.html
- Results from a quasi-experimental design project designed to promote work with affected family members in a large third sector organisation in England (2011). Talk given at the 2011 Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA) Annual Symposium, York, U.K.
- Preliminary results from the Involving Family Members acorss the Organisation (IFMO) project. Talk given at the 2011 Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA) PhD student's Annual Symposium, Oxford Brookes University, U.K.
- Integrating Evidence-based Family-Intervention into Routine Addiction Services: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice. Poster presented at the 2009 International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems (INEBRIA) Conference, Gateshead, UK.
- Evaluating the Impact of Family-Intervention in Routine Addiction Treatment Services. Poster presented at The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) 8th Blending Conference (2010), Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
- Substance Misuse and the Family. Poster presented at the University of Birmingham Graduate School, 4th Annual Research Poster Conference (2009).
Throughout my PhD I was employed as a Teaching Assistant and taught across a range of undergraduate psychology modules.
- University of Nottingham: Psychopharmacology Section 2005-2008
See me presenting my PhD research findings at the New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (NDSAG) 37th Annual Conference, 26th April 2013, Birmingham, U.K.