Research Video

Client

University of Wolverhampton

Project

Emotional Eating

We joined forces with our local higher education provider for a research video all about the findings of one of its academics!

OUR BRIEF

Ever since their formation, universities across the globe have placed a heavy emphasis on the carrying out of cutting edge and innovative research across a wide spectrum of topics.

One such institution which is continuing in these endeavours is the University of Wolverhampton – one of the largest universities in the Midlands – which was recognised as having “world-leading elements” in both staff and subject area during its last assessment for research excellence (the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014).

One of the University’s academics highly regarded for her research is Dr Tracey Devonport – Reader in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology in the institution’s Faculty of Health & Wellbeing.

To help tell the world about her research into the area of “emotional eating”, the team at the University turned to us for an animation to do just that!

OUR VIDEO

Our research video – which you can watch above – is a two minute animated effort which aims to bring Tracey’s findings to life in a visual and informative manner.

Narrated by Tracey herself, our animation explains the systematic reviews her and her colleagues have conducted into this area, why their findings are important for both individuals and society as a whole, and how people can tackle the issues that emotional eating can present.

We hope you enjoy our animation as much as we enjoyed working on it – our thanks to Tracey and the University for collaborating with us on this one!

For more on the University of Wolverhampton’s research endeavours, visit its webpage here.

OUR DETAILS

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