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Gini Harrison

Gini Harrison

Gini Harrison is a senior lecturer in Psychology at The Open University, specialising in applied cognition and mental health across two broad research areas: clinical psychology, and forensic and criminal justice work.

While Gini’s forensic research examines how well people perform as witnesses (i.e. in terms of face recognition), a large proportion of her more clinical work is focuses on investigating stress, anxiety and depression, and their measurement and manifestations in different cohorts.

Since having her daughter 18 months ago, Gini became very interested in the mental health of new mothers, and concerned about the lack of support for issues other than post-natal depression (particularly anxiety). The internet offers enormous opportunities to extend the reach of evidence-based programs to promote wellbeing among those lacking the support they need. As such, the primary focus of Gini’s work is to develop a new evidence-based eHealth tool to help women with perinatal anxiety.

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