Hayley Bolton

Hayley Boulton

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Psychology

Role

Hayley teaches across a range of undergraduate modules, in addition to supervising final year projects. She is the Joint Associate Course Leader for Placements (together with Dr Kate Ellis Davies).

Career overview

  • Research Assistant: University of Warwick 2008-2010
  • PhD: University of Warwick 2010-2014

Research areas

Hayley’s research interests are grounded in motor control. In particular, she is interested in the effects of aging and associated mobility issues (e.g., falls, fear of falling).

Sponsors and collaborators

  • Prof Suvo Mitra NTU
  • Dr Christina Howard NTU

Publications

Tang, N. K., Lereya, S. T., Boulton, H., Miller, M. A., Wolke, D., & Cappuccio, F. P. (2015). Nonpharmacological treatments of insomnia for long-term painful conditions: A systematic review and meta-analysis of patient-reported outcomes in randomized controlled trials. Sleep, 38(11), 1751.

Boulton, H. and Mitra, S., 2013. Body posture modulates imagined arm movements and responds to them. Journal of neurophysiology, 110(11), pp.2617-2626.

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