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Rhiannon Fogliati

Rhiannon Fogliati
Fogliati Clinical Psychology

Ph.D, Master of Clinical Psychology, B.Psych (Hons)

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Publications (21)
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Defense lawyers frequently claim that children's allegations of sexual abuse are false and are the product of coaching. As physical evidence in such cases is rare, the detection of false allegations is often dependent on the legal systems' truth-promoting mechanisms. Wigmore (1904/1974) claimed that cross-examination is the most effective of these...
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PurposeIn many jurisdictions child witnesses who testify in court about their own sexual abuse are cross-examined by a defence attorney. Children find this process to be distressing, and despite recent child-focussed modifications to other aspects of the legal process, cross-examination has remained largely unaltered. This lack of modification is d...
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Introduction: Psychological adjustment to chronic health conditions is important, as poor adjustment predicts a range of adverse medical and psychosocial outcomes. Psychological treatments demonstrate efficacy for people with chronic health conditions, but existing research takes a disorder-specific approach and they are predominately delivered in...
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There is interest in the potential of internet-delivered programs to cost-effectively increase access to pain management for people with chronic pain. However, few large-scale clinical and economic evaluations have been undertaken. Using a randomised controlled trial design, the current study (n = 659) examined the clinical efficacy, cost-effective...
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There is growing interest in the potential of internet-delivered pain management programs (PMPs) to increase access to care for people with chronic pain. However, very few economic evaluations of these interventions have been reported. Using existing data, the current study examined the cost-effectiveness of an internet-delivered PMP for a mixed gr...
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Background: There has been growing interest in the potential of emerging internet-delivered psychological treatments for supporting the mental health needs of university students. However, no large-scale prospective effectiveness trials examining their real-world potential have been reported. Objective: The aim of the current study was to evalua...
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Introduction: Mood and anxiety disorders typically emerge in adolescence and early adult life, but young adults are often reluctant to seek treatment. The Mood Mechanic course is a transdiagnostic internet-delivered psychological intervention for symptoms of depression and anxiety, targeted at people aged 18-24 years. The current study compared th...
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Objective: To report on the effect of involvement in civil litigation on outcome for patients enrolled in a validated Internet-delivered pain management program, the Pain Course. Research method: Data from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) on the effect of varying levels of clinician support was used to examine the effect of involvement in civ...
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Objective: The nine-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9), seven-item Generalized Anxiety Disorder scale (GAD-7), and ten-item Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K-10) are valid and reliable measures of depression, anxiety and general distress. However, the time required in their administration may limit their use in routine care. This study...
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Little is known about the long-term outcomes of emerging internet-delivered pain management programs. The current study reports the 12-month and 24-month follow-up data from a randomised controlled trial (n = 490) of an internet-delivered pain management program, the Pain Course. The initial results of the trial to 3-month follow-up have already be...
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Many people with functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) face significant barriers in accessing psychological treatments that are known to reduce symptoms and their psychological sequelae. This study examined the feasibility and initial outcomes of a transdiagnostic and internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy (iCBT) intervention, the C...
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Background: Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy may increase access by young adults to evidence-based treatments for anxiety and depression. Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of an Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy intervention designed for adults aged 18-24 years, when delivered in clinician-gu...
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Parental psychological distress is an influential predictor of maladaptive parenting practices, negative outcomes in children, and poorer outcomes of parenting programs. Despite these negative outcomes, treatment engagement among parents appears to be low. This study aimed to explore Australian parents’ history of help-seeking behaviour and perceiv...

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