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Dr Henriette Hogh

Senior Lecturer in Research Methods

Henriette originally trained as a psychologist mainly working on projects of cognitive ageing but has recently moved to the area of sport and exercise sciences.

She contributes to the teaching on the research methods and statistics modules in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, and her research interests are the effects of exercise intensity on executive functions and the effect of dyslexia on executive functions in adulthood.

Professional

Education:

  • 2001 – BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Luton
  • 2005 – PhD in Psychology, University of Reading
  • 2008 – PGCAP in HE, University of Surrey

Teaching:

  • Scientific Inquiry in Sport and Exercise (SPL130)
  • Researching Sport and Exercise (SPL201)
  • Research Methods and Statistics 1 (MSCPS02)
  • Research Methods and Statistics 2 (MSCPS03)

Administration:

Henriette is the module coordinator for Researching Sport and Exercise.

Research Interests:

Henriette’s research focuses on executive functioning and working memory and how these are affected by physical activity and age. She is also involved in a research project looking at the effect of dyslexia and executive functioning on job success in adults.

Membership:

Fellow of Higher Education Academy

Publications

Leather, C., Hogh, H., Seiss, E. & Everatt, J. (2011). Cognitive functioning and work success in adults with dyslexia. Dyslexia, 17, 327-338.

Ellis, J., Gardani, M. & Hogh, H. (2009). Priming affects poor sleepers but not normal sleepers on an Insomnia Ambiguity Task. Journal of Sleep Research, 19, 27-30.

Ellis, J., Mitchell, K. & Hogh, H. (2007). Sleep preoccupation in poor sleep: Psychometric properties of the Sleep Preoccupation Scale. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 63, 579-585.

Presentations:

Leather, C., Hogh, H., Seiss, E. & Everatt, J. (2013). Cognitive functioning and the success of dyslexic people in the workplace. Paper presented at 4th European Dyslexia Association conference in Sweden, September 20th – 22nd.

Leather, C., Hogh, H., Seiss, E. & Everatt, J. (2013). Cognitive functioning and work success in adults with dyslexia – part 2. Poster presented at annual IARLD conference in Boston, June 27th-29th.  

Hogh, H. & Tranter, L.J. (2010). Exploratory analysis of motivating factors influencing physical activity in older adults. Poster presented at the BPS Annual Conference in Stratford-Upon-Avon, April 14th -16th.

Reviewing:

Henriette reviews manuscripts on research methods and statistics for Palgrave Macmillan, SAGE publishers and Pearson Education.