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Academic Biography

Jonathon completed his PhD within the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit (HCNU), investigating the gluco-regulatory and neuro-cognitive effects of a traditional herbal supplement (Panax ginseng) in healthy adults. He then enjoyed a number of years in the Department of Psychology at Northumbria University working as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Principal Lecturer.

Jonathon joined Teesside University as a Principal Lecturer and Subject Group Leader for Psychology and is currently the Associate Dean with responsibility for student recruitment and marketing.

Jonathon has published a number of journal articles covering research into the cognitive and physiological effects of food supplements and recreational drugs. Current teaching at Teesside University is focused upon Biological Psychology and student placement modules.

Summary of Research Interests

Past and current research interests include the further investigations of the acute and chronic effects of food supplements and recreational drug use (alcohol, ecstasy, cannabis, nicotine etc.) on human health and behaviour.

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    Understanding successful ageing, key challenges and research methods

    Riby, L. M., Greer, J., Martinon, L. M. & Reay, J., 8 Dec 2016, Handbook of Gerontology Research Methods. p. -

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    Glucose and the wandering mind: not paying attention or simply out of fuel?

    Birnie, L. H. W., Smallwood, J., Reay, J. & Riby, L. M., 18 Apr 2015, In : Psychopharmacology. p. -

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