Harriet obtained her PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Edinburgh. Her thesis on visual and movement symptoms in rare forms of Alzheimer's disease investigated the potential of a new diagnostic test to identify early warning signs of dementia, among other aims. She also has an MSc in Human Cogntive Neuropsychology from the same institution, and a BSc in Psychology from the University of Glasgow. She is now applying her decade's worth of neuropsychological and clinical research experience within the emerging field of climate psychology, investigating the effects of climate change on mental health.
Her research interests include climate psychology, climate justice, mental health & clinical neuropsychology.