Juliette Tobias-Webb

I am a second year PhD candidate from the University of Cambridge completing a research placement at the Centre for Gambling Research. Originally from Australia, I completed my undergraduate and honours degrees at Bond University and investigated alcohol’s (acute) influence on executive function. Subsequently, I worked as a Research Officer at the Brain and Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney.

My research investigates the influence of acute alcohol intoxication on gambling behaviour and gambling related cognitive distortions. I am fortunate to be funded by the Cambridge Australia Poynton Scholarship.

Relevant publications:

Hermens, D. F., Lagopoulos, J., Tobias-Webb, J., De Regt, T., Dore, G., Juckes, L., … & Hickie, I. B. (2013). Pathways to alcohol-induced brain impairment in young people: a review. Cortex, 49(1), 3-17.

Lyvers, M., & Tobias-Webb, J. (2010). Effects of acute alcohol consumption on executive cognitive functioning in naturalistic settings. Addictive behaviors,35(11), 1021-1028.