Cecilie Thøgersen-Ntoumani is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology & Speech Pathology at Curtin University. She is the principal investigator on the RiAT project.
A key focus of her research is motivation and health behaviour change. For example, she examines factors that can help people across the lifespan to increase levels of physical activity and reduce sitting to maintain and/or improve health, wellbeing and quality of life.
She is passionate about identifying effective solutions to helping more people enjoy being physically active, and thereby sustain their engagement in the longer term.
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