Caitlin Lloyd

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Caitlin Lloyd is a PhD student at the University of Bristol. Her PhD research focuses on establishing whether there is robust evidence to support a causal influence of anxiety on the development of anorexia nervosa. She has a wider interest in the neurobiological and psychological underpinnings of psychiatric disorders, and hopes to contribute to an improved understanding of these disorders that may inform prevention and treatment efforts. Caitlin completed her Bsc in Psychology at the University of Leciester, and a Master in Research degree at the University of Bristol.


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Understanding maladaptive exercise in adolescence: who is at risk and why?


Caroline Touzeau and Caitlin Lloyd blog about a recent longitudinal cohort study that investigated patterns of maladaptive exercise in young people, which supports “re-framing motivations for exercise in youth away from weight loss at a population level”.

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Eye-tracking in eating disorders research: new insights? #LEDC19


Caitlin Lloyd writes her debut elf blog on a new systematic review of eye‐tracking research in eating disorders.

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