Year of award University




Biria, Marjan

2018 Cambridge

Biria M, Huang FX, Worbe Y, Fineberg NA, Robbins TW, Fernandez-Egea E.

A cross sectional study of impact and clinical risk factors of antipsychotic-induced OCD.

Eur  Neuropsycho-pharmacol. 2019 Aug;29(8):905-913. doi: 10.1016/j.euroneuro.2019.06.006

Brown, Poppy

2017 Oxford

Brown, P., Waite, F., & Freeman, D. (2018).   

‘Twisting the lion's tail’: Manipulationist tests of causation for psychological mechanisms in the occurrence of delusions and hallucinations.

Clinical psychology review, 68, 25-37.

Brown, Poppy

2017 Oxford

Brown, P., Waite, F., Rovira, A., Nickless, A., & Freeman, D.

(in revision). Virtual reality clinical-experimental tests of compassion treatment techniques to reduce paranoia

Journal of Abnormal Psychology (under review)

Crowther, Lucie

Greenwood, K., Carroll, C., Crowter, L., Jamieson, K., Ferraresi, L., Jones, A. & Brown, R. (2016)

Early intervention for stigma towards mental illness? Promoting positive attitudes towards severe mental illness in primary school children.

Journal of Public Mental Health, 15 (4)188 – 199

Davies, Bethan

2011 Nottingham

Davies EB, Morriss R & Glazebrook C. (2014).

Computer-Delivered and Web-Based Interventions to Improve Depression, Anxiety, and Psychological Well-Being of University Students: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16 (5), e130.

Davies, Bethan

2011 Nottingham

Davies EB, Wardlaw J, Morriss R & Glazebrook C. (2016).

An experimental study exploring the impact of vignette gender on the quality of university students’ mental health first aid for peers with symptoms of depression.

BMC Public Health, 16 (187).

Davies, Bethan

2011 Nottingham

Hollis C, Falconer CJ, Martin JL, Whittington C, Stockton S, Glazebrook C & Davies EB. (2017). 

Annual Research Review: Digital health interventions for children and young people with mental health problems: a systematic and meta-review.

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 58 (4), 474-503.

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