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A research journey: from ideas to intervention

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Final year students on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience would like to invite you to their research showcase where they will be presenting their latest research findings at a half-day conference on the 22nd September from 9.00am-1.30pm. The conference will consist of a series of five-minute presentations focusing on the aetiology and impact of psychological disorders and the development of interventions in clinical psychology.

The venue will be at the Wolfson Lecture Theatre in the Weston Education Centre. Please register for a ticket if you would like to attend, registration is free. We hope to see you there!

Tweets about the event and during the day will be on #IoPPNDClinPsy

Please see below for the timetable on the day and email us if you have any access requirements.


Research Showcase Timetable

9am - Registration and refreshments

9.25am-10.10am - Symposium One

- Kate Prentice- Anger Rumination in Adolescence

- Matthew Mayhew- Are heavy drinkers more impulsive than light drinkers? A comprehensive multidimensional assessment of impulsivity in ‘at-risk’ non-dependent heavy drinking young adults

- Sinem Tekes- Investigating Activity Levels in Children with Psychotic-like Experiences: The Role of Emotional, Social and Cognitive Factors

- Rachel Lister- Characterising voices: a phenomenological investigation

- Charlotte Hibberd- A naturalistic study exploring the association between sleep and cognition in children with tic disorders

10.10am-11am - Symposium Two

- Harriet Mellotte- Pathways into mental health care for UK veterans: a qualitative study

- Katherine Bowen- Childhood adversity and adult disadvantage predictors of violent offending

- Adanna Onyejiaka- The prevalence and correlates of first episode psychosis (FEP) and the impact of trauma and discrimination on risk of FEP

- Michaela Murray- Psychological mechanisms underlying the relationship between childhood trauma and psychosis: exploring the role of emotion regulation

- Ciara Banks- Changes in narrative style as people diagnosed with schizophrenia move from inpatient to community living

- Frances Meeten- Modification of interpretation biases in worry: an examination of cognitive and physiological responses

11am-11.30am - Break

11.30am-12pm - Symposium Three

- Lucy Mackintosh- Does recruiting attentional control in the presence of threat reduce worry?

- Helen Gilpin- A theoretically driven approach to identifying predictors of treatment outcome in Contextual CBT for chronic pain.

- Ruth McIntyre- A qualitative investigation of the experience of self-criticism in a student population

- Farah Khalid- Development of a new web-based ‘webinar’ group intervention for self-criticism: a feasibility randomised study

12pm-1pm - Symposium Four

- Alexandra Keyes- Time Intensive Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Specific Phobia of Vomiting using a Single Case Experimental Design

- Pearlene Ng- Brief mindfulness-based intervention on mood in older adults with subjective memory concerns or amnestic mild cognitive impairment: A pilot feasibility study

- Aisling Roche- The effects of a brief mindfulness intervention on cognitive functioning in an older adult population: Results from a pilot randomized controlled trial

- Esther Wilkinson- Reducing children’s social anxiety symptoms through a parent-administered cognitive bias modification intervention: a feasibility randomised controlled trial

- Christina Loucas- Feasibility randomised controlled trial of a one-day CBT workshop (“DISCOVER”) for 15 -18 year olds with anxiety and/or depression in clinic settings

1pm - Finish

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