Centre for Behaviour Change


Dr Vivi Antonopoulou



Research Fellow


Vivi is a Research Fellow for the Behavioural Science Policy Research Unit (BSc PRU). Vivi’s current research focuses on optimising behaviour change interventions targeting healthcare professionals and on synthesising evidence to inform health-related policies. Her research interests include using behaviour change theory and models to design and develop effective interventions and the implementation of research evidence into practice. Prior to working in this post, Vivi was involved in projects aiming to change social work and social care professional practice and exploring the effectiveness of training on evidence-based approaches such as Motivational Interviewing on eliciting motivation and behaviour change with families working with Children’s Services. Vivi is a BPS Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol AFBPsS).