University of Dundee
Hungry and Impulsive: Does blood glucose predict impulsivity for future rewards in a fasted state?
Jordan studied Psychology M.A.(Hons) at the University of Dundee, and graduated with the Reg Laville Memorial Prize for outstanding merit. She presented her research on Decision Making and Impulsivity at the British Psychological Society conference, and was awarded as best in field. Jordan is interested in how psychological biases influence decision making. She aims to implement this insight in the wider world to facilitate better choices.
On an exchange year at the University of South Carolina, U.S.A, Jordan explored studies in Visual communications alongside Psychology. Additionally, Jordan attained a Gold award for business enterprise, and secured a number of internships: with Scottish Enterprise, AkzoNobel and ECHO Brand Design. During University she demonstrated leadership, and enjoyed being on the University Netball and Surf club committees. After graduating, Jordan spent a year traveling through Asia and hitchhiking around Australia, before commencing on the Future Leaders Programme with Reckitt Benckiser in September 2017.