Dr Maddy Greville-Harris
- 01202 962551
- mgrevilleharris at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Lecturer In Psychology
- Poole House P251, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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I graduated from the Open University with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology in 2008 and went on to complete an MSc in Psychological Research Methods at the University of Exeter (2010). I completed a PhD at the University of Exeter (2013) entitled “‘Does feeling understood matter? The effects of validating and invalidating interactions”. This work explored the effects of understanding and non-understanding communication in the context of chronic pain consultations, particularly focusing on the potential placebo and nocebo effects of communication.
I worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Southampton from 2014-2015 focusing on qualitative research, digital interventions and placebo effects in the context of chronic pain. I then completed my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Exeter from 2015-2018, focusing on Orthorexia Nervosa (an unhealthy obsession with healthy eating) for my research thesis. After working in the NHS in the Looked After Children Psychology Service, I joined Bournemouth University as a Lecturer in Psychology in 2018.
I am interested in research related to mental health within health/mental health settings, specifically the patient-provider interaction, placebo effects, working with childhood trauma and disordered eating. My recent research has focused on the lived experience of Orthorexia Nervosa and clean eating. I am also involved in projects looking at surgeon wellbeing.
- Vuillier, L., May, L., Greville-Harris, M., Surman, R. and Moseley, R.L., 2021. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals with eating disorders: the role of emotion regulation and exploration of online treatment experiences. Journal of Eating Disorders, 9 (1).
- Greville-Harris, M., Smithson, J. and Karl, A., 2020. What are people’s experiences of orthorexia nervosa? A qualitative study of online blogs. Eating and Weight Disorders, 25 (6), 1693-1702.
- Bolderston, H., Greville-Harris, M., Thomas, K., Kane, A. and Turner, K., 2020. Resilience and surgeons: train the individual or change the system? Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 102 (6), 244-247.
- Vuillier, L., Robertson, S. and Greville-Harris, M., 2020. Orthorexic tendencies are linked with difficulties with emotion identification and regulation. Journal of Eating Disorders, 8.
- Bishop, F.L., Greville-Harris, M., Bostock, J., Din, A., Graham, C.A., Lewith, G., Liossi, C., O’Riordan, T., White, P. and Yardley, L., 2019. Supporting informed choice in acupuncture: effects of a new person-, evidence- and theory-based website for patients with back pain. Acupuncture in Medicine, 37 (2), 98-106.
- Bishop, F.L., Greville-Harris, M., Bostock, J., Din, A., Graham, C.A., Lewith, G., Liossi, C., O'Riordan, T., White, P. and Yardley, L., 2019. Informing adults with back pain about placebo effects: Randomized controlled evaluation of a new website with potential to improve informed consent in clinical research. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21 (1).
- Hughes, J., Greville-Harris, M., Graham, C.A., Lewith, G., White, P. and Bishop, F.L., 2017. What trial participants need to be told about placebo effects to give informed consent: A survey to establish existing knowledge among patients with back pain. Journal of Medical Ethics, 43 (12), 867-870.
- Greville-Harris, M., 2017. Importance for patients of feeling accepted and understood by physicians before and after multimodal pain rehabilitation. Scandinavian Journal of Pain, 17, 228-229.
- Greville-Harris, M., Hughes, J., Lewith, G., Liossi, C., White, P., Graham, C.A. and Bishop, F.L., 2016. Assessing knowledge about acupuncture: A survey of people with back pain in the UK. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 29, 164-168.
- Dieppe, P., Goldingay, S. and Greville-Harris, M., 2016. The power and value of placebo and nocebo in painful osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 24 (11), 1850-1857.
- Bishop, F.L. et al., 2016. Using psychological theory and qualitative methods to develop a new evidence-based website about acupuncture for back pain. European Journal of Integrative Medicine, 8 (4), 384-393.
- Greville-Harris, M., Bostock, J., Din, A., Graham, C.A., Lewith, G., Liossi, C., O'Riordan, T., White, P., Yardley, L. and Bishop, F.L., 2016. Informing Patients About Placebo Effects: Using Evidence, Theory, and Qualitative Methods to Develop a New Website. JMIR Res Protoc, 5 (2), e106.
- Greville-Harris, M., Hempel, R., Karl, A., Dieppe, P. and Lynch, T.R., 2016. The power of invalidating communication: Receiving invalidating feedback predicts threat-related emotional, physiological, and social responses. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 35 (6), 471-493.
- Bradbury, K., Greville-Harris, M. et al., 2016. Non-specific mechanisms in orthodox and CAM management of low back pain (MOCAM): theoretical framework and protocol for a prospective cohort study. BMJ open, 6 (5), e012209.
- Greville-Harris, M. and Dieppe, P., 2015. The Reply. American Journal of Medicine, 128 (8), e29.
- Greville-Harris, M. and Dieppe, P., 2015. Bad is more powerful than good: The nocebo response in medical consultations. American Journal of Medicine, 128 (2), 126-129.
- Dieppe, P. and Greville-Harris, M., 2014. Are we dispensing nocebos to patients in pain? International Musculoskeletal Medicine, 36 (4), 128-129.