Karin Mogg is an Emeritus Professor of Psychology and has been a member of Hughes Hall for over 30 years. She initially joined as a Research Fellow, later became Full Fellow working as a College Tutor and member of various committees, and is now a Quondam Fellow.
She studied at the University of Sussex (BSc in Experimental Psychology), University of Surrey (MSc in Clinical Psychology) and University of London (PhD). She worked as a Clinical Psychologist at Guy’s Hospital, London, before moving to the University of Cambridge where she held several Research Fellowships including a Wellcome Senior Research Fellowship in Basic Biomedical Science. She moved to the University of Southampton to take up a personal Chair in Psychology. Her academic research focuses on cognitive processes in aversive motivational states, in particular, anxiety, and includes over 150 scientific articles in international peer review journals. She is now retired and living in Cambridge.
Example of publications: Mogg, K. & Bradley, B.P. 2018. Anxiety and threat-related attention: Cognitive-motivational framework and treatment. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 22, 225-240. doi: 10.1016/j.tics.2018.01.001.
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