Ella Jenkins


Ella is a UCL Psychology graduate, studying alongside Susan Michie, and has recently completed a Master’s in Organisational Psychology. Ella focused her postgraduate research on behaviour change within environmental psychology, and is Claremont's researcher-in-chief.

Over the past four years, Ella has developed extensive knowledge on how to spend too much money on food and drink around London.

Ella's Blog Posts


We’re all fully aware of what behaviour is right? Behaviour is anything a person does in response to an internal or external event. Behavioural scientists have developed models to further understand different elements of behaviour. One particularly influential model is known as COM-B. The COM-B model suggests that for a particular behaviour to occur, three…

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Designing behaviour change interventions: test, test, then test again

Behaviour change interventions are efforts to change a person, or groups of people’s, behaviours in a certain way. They can focus on anything from trying to get people to eat healthier, recycle more, or stop drink driving. In psychology, behaviour change interventions have been defined as ‘coordinated sets of activities to change specific behaviour patterns’…

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