20142021

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Biography

Dr Kakoschke's research focuses on investigating the cognitive and neural mechanisms involved in food-based decision-making. This knowledge is used to inform the development of novel cognitive training strategies aimed at promoting healthy eating behaviour for the prevention and treatment of overweight and obesity.

Research interests

  • Assessment of cognitive functioning
  • Cognitive-based interventions for obesity
  • Neural mechanisms underlying food choice

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours), Flinders University

20092012

Research area keywords

  • Obesity
  • Cognitive brain training
  • Cognitive Function
  • compulsive behaviour
  • Impulsivity
  • Addiction

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