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Dr Daniel Schoth BSc, MSc, PhD

Lecturer in Health Psychology , Deputy Director of Student Support (Undergraduate)

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Dr Daniel Schoth is Lecturer in Health Psychology within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

I completed my BSc in Psychology at Southampton Solent University, followed by my MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Southampton. It was during my MSc that I began my research into chronic pain, with a specific focus upon attentional processes in chronic headache. Working with my Doctorate Supervisor Dr. Christina Liossi, I continued and expanded this research on my PhD, which I completed January 2011. I have since completed two postdoctoral research projects, one here at Southampton using eye-tracking to further explore attentional bias, and the other at University College London exploring biomechanical, sensory and psychosocial factors associated with pain in children with benign joint hypermobility. In 2012 I was appointed as Lecturer, teaching various postgraduate and undergraduate seminars and tutorials, while continuing my research into chronic pain.

Research interests

Research Interests

My main area of research focuses on the relationship between chronic and acute pain with cognitive and emotional processes, with a specific focus upon attentional bias.

Work in Progress

I am currently working on an ESRC funded project along with Dr. Christina Liossi and Professor Simon Liversedge, using eye-tracking equipment to further explore the time-course and specificity of attentional bias in chronic pain, across a range of different paradigms including the visual-probe task.

Research group

Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP)

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  • PSYC 6003 - Psychosocial Aspects of Illness and Disability (MSc Health Psychology)
  • PSYC 3056 - Current and Emerging Issues in Psycho-oncology and Pain Research (BSc Psychology)
  • RESM 6011 - Applied Research Methods (ARM): Correlational Methods (Psychology Postgraduates)
  • PSYC 2020 - Empirical Studies II (BSc Psychology)
Dr Daniel Schoth
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 44/3071

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