The SNAC research group

The Swansea Nutrition, Appetite and Cognition (SNAC) Group conducts research concerning the psychology of eating behaviour and the effects that eating and drinking have on our mood, performance and cognition. Our group sits within the Department of Psychology at Swansea University.

Summer 2017 at SNAC

Our SNAC group had an exciting summer 2017 with great opportunities to present our research at scientific conferences but also to the public:

  • In September Swansea University hosted the Swansea Science Festival and our SNAC group was there! Thanks to everybody to come along and for the interest in our research. We had a fantastic time and look forward to next year.
    Find further information on our event page.
  • This July members of our SNAC group attended the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behaviour (SSIB). Aimee Pink and Dr Menna Price presented their research in poster presentations.
    See also our event page.
  • Our SNAC group was presenting at the British Feeding and Drinking Group (BFDG) meeting. Five of our researchers, namely Laura Wilkinson, Menna Price, Jennifer Gatzemeier, Alecia Cousins and Aimee Pink, were each giving a talk about their current research at the meeting in Reading.
    See also our event page.



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