Professor Matt Field
University of Sheffield
Department of Psychology
The University of Sheffield
Floor G, Cathedral Court
1 Vicar Lane, Sheffield
S1 2LT, UK
Tel: (+44) (0)114 22 26510
1997: BSc (Hons) in Psychology, Swansea University
2001: D.Phil in Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex
I conduct research into the psychological mechanisms that underlie alcohol problems and other addictions. I am particularly interested in the roles of decision-making and impulse control in addiction, recovery, and behaviour change more broadly. To give some examples, I conduct laboratory research to investigate determinants of motivated behaviour, and I work with people with alcohol problems to study the process of recovery and to investigate novel translational treatments. My research has been funded by the MRC, ESRC, Wellcome Trust and Alcohol Research UK, among other organisations
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=wki4zfYAAAAJ&hl=en
The UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies: http://ukctas.net/
A list of key publications can be found below. For a full list of publications please click here
- Jones A, McGrath E, Robinson E, Houben K, Nederkoorn C & Field MJ (2018) A randomized controlled trial of inhibitory control training for the reduction of alcohol consumption in problem drinkers. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 86(12), 991-1004. View this article in WRRO
- Kersbergen I, Oldham M, Jones A, Field M, Angus C & Robinson E (2018) Reducing the standard serving size of alcoholic beverages prompts reductions in alcohol consumption. Addiction. View this article in WRRO
- Jones A, Tiplady B, Houben K, Nederkoorn C & Field M (2018) Do daily fluctuations in inhibitory control predict alcohol consumption? An ecological momentary assessment study. Psychopharmacology, 235(5), 1487-1496.
- Field M & Jones A (2017) Elevated alcohol consumption following alcohol cue exposure is partially mediated by reduced inhibitory control and increased craving. Psychopharmacology, 234(19), 2979-2988.
- Kersbergen I & Field M (2017) Visual attention to alcohol cues and responsible drinking statements within alcohol advertisements and public health campaigns: Relationships with drinking intentions and alcohol consumption in the laboratory.. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 31(4), 435.
- Field M, Di Lemma L, Christiansen P & Dickson J (2017) Automatic avoidance tendencies for alcohol cues predict drinking after detoxification treatment in alcohol dependence.. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 31(2), 171-179.
- Field M, Werthmann J, Franken I, Hofmann W, Hogarth L & Roefs A (2016) The role of attentional bias in obesity and addiction.. Health Psychology, 35(8), 767-780.