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Dr Halim Moore

Research Assistant
Faculty of Health
School of Psychology & Counselling
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Dr. Halim Moore is an early career researcher with a doctoral thesis on applying a dual mechanism framework of reward for evaluating efficacy of dietary interventions. He has been published in, or submitted publications to, journals such as Appetite, Journal of Behavioral Medicine, and the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. With a background in Health Psychology, his general interests lie in psychological and physiological mechanisms of appetite and eating behaviour, human metabolism, nutrition, and intervention design to ameliorate metabolic pathologies and promote healthier eating habits. He is currently completing a post doc in the field of metabolic and appetitive adaptations to physical activity.


Author publications, as listed on QUT ePrints https://eprints.qut.edu.au/view/person/Moore,_Halim.html

Research areas

Human metabolism
Food nutritional balance
Food preference
Response inhibition
Eating behaviour
Cognitive training


Is principal investigator of
Mobile Diet Appetite Study 1  (Research data set)
Mobile Diet Appetite Study 2  (Research data set)


Name: Dr Halim Moore


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