Nina Waddell

Nina started her PhD in the REACH lab in 2019. Her research focuses on the ways in which sexism and gender affect peoples’ experiences of intimate and family relationships.

She also explores how people can successfully balance their relationships with other important areas of their life, such as personal goals and work, in order to achieve positive functioning and overall wellbeing.


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Waddell, N., Sibley, C. G., & Osborne, D. (2018). Better off Alone? Ambivalent Sexism Moderates the Association Between Relationship Status and Life Satisfaction Among Heterosexual Women and Men. Sex Roles.

Waddell, N., Overall, N., Chang, V., & Hammond, M. (Preprint). Gendered Division of Labour during a Nationwide COVID-19 Lockdown: Implications for Relationship Problems and Satisfaction. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships