Current PhD Candidates

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Tia     Tia Campbell, PhD Clinical Psychology

Considering Sensitivity and Specificity of Measures to Assess Cognitive, Educational and Psychological Needs of Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (co-principal supervisor Dr. Erinn Hawkins)

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Leander         Leander Dellers, PhD Clinical Psychology

Marginalisation within Gay Communities: Integrating Minority Stress and Social Identity Approaches to Explain Mental Health in Gay-Identifying Men (principal supervisor Dr. Amanda Duffy)

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Narelle_Samira         Narelle Duncan, PhD Clinical Psychology

The role of decentering in interpersonal conflict (associate supervisor Dr. Alex Gardner)

See:

Duncan, N., Zimmer-Gembeck, M. J., Gardner, A. A., & Modecki, K. M. (2021, in press). The measurement and benefit of decentering for coping self-efficacy, flexibility, and ways of coping with interpersonal stress. Personality and Individual Differences. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2021.110932

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SarahH  1     Sarah Howe – PhD Psychology

Parents’ socialization of young children’s emotion regulation and its impact on internalizing symptom patterns over one year (associate supervisor Professor David Neumann)

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kate       Kate Greenhalgh – PhD Clinical Psychology

Mindfulness parenting for children with hearing loss (principal supervisor A/Professor Dianne Shanley)

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vic     Victoria Hambour – PhD Clinical Psychology

Facing multiple sources of discrimination: The impact of social identity, peer support and self-stereotyping on the wellbeing of sexual minorities (principal supervisor Dr. Amanda Duffy)

Hambour, V. K., Zimmer-Gembeck, M. J., Clear, S., Rowe, S., & Avdagic, E. (2018). Emotion regulation and mindfulness in adolescents: Conceptual and empirical connection and associations with social anxiety symptoms. Personality and Individual Differences, 134, 7-12. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2018.05.03

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885ff6355097d33d59024d9486f53af5         Hong Lan, PhD

ADHD, mind wandering, and emotion regulation (principal supervisor Dr. Liz Conlon

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110111-107985     Sarah Luskin-Saxby – PhD Clinical Psychology

Training and development in evidence-based practice in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) early intervention centres (principal supervisor Dr. Jess Paynter)

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2604-7494

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Samira         Samira Mera – PhD Clinical Psychology

Mindful relationships: Testing a model of parental intrapersonal and interpersonal mindfulness, mindful parenting, and adolescents’ adjustment and peer relationships (associate supervisor Dr. Liz Conlon)

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Kathy2       Kathy Ryan – PhD Psychology

Fear acquisition and extinction: Age differences (principal supervisor Professor Allison Waters)

Ryan, K., Zimmer-Gembeck, M. J., Neumann, D. L., & Waters, A. M. (2019). The need for standards in the design of studies on fear conditioning and extinction in youth: A systematic review and recommendations for research on anxiety. Behavior Research and Therapy, 112, 42-62.

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IMG_2562     Henriette Steinvik – PhD Psychology

Bystanders’ responses to peer bullying: The role of adolescents’ empathy-related processes and social costs of defending (co-principal supervisor Dr. Amanda Duffy)

 

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Kellie Swan – PhD Psychology

Disseminating effective treatments for children with disruptive behaviours (principal supervisor A/Professor Dianne Shanley)

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