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I have a master's degree in clinical psychology and wrote many articles on positive psychology. I am looking for a position at the university for a Ph.D.
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Hi, I'm a student at Fielding Graduate University pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology. My dissertation is about cognitive and emotional changes in the geriatric population. I can really use some help finding an external examiner to join my dissertation committee. It shouldn't be a big commitment, just reviewing before data collection and oral defense.
Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated.
I am a Master Student of Clinical Psychology. My is study is "Comparative study of Adjustment and Mental health among hostel and non- hostel students" so I need the adjustment scale which can be useful in my study. It will be a great help for me. Any kind of adjustment scale will be helpful.
When conducting meta-analyses, especially with subgroup/moderator analyses, you're doing potentially a lot of comparisons. And an even greater number in network meta-analyses.
Doesn't your Type I error get inflated this way? Shouldn't you correct your significance level accordingly? Never seen this being done in (clinical) psychology meta-analyses.
Do you know journal that publish for free research projects in clinical psychology or social sciences?
I do no have budget for this, so I would like to know journal that publish for free, not OA.
Thank you in advance, best regards,
I understand that different fields vary in relation to whether reporting standardised or unstandardised coefficients from structural equation modelling is preffered. So which is most commonly reported within clinical psychological research - specifically psychotraumatology, in case that matters?
Does growth mindset predict development of clinical competencies during clinical psychology training?
I want to use it for dissertation purpose for my master's degree in Clinical Psychology?
I am Mohith Rahul L., a postgraduate student currently pursuing Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Christ (Deemed to be University). As a requirement for my course, I’m conducting a study on academic procrastination, academic dishonesty (cheating, plagiarism, etc.), and anxiety in college students.
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I am Nandani Agarwal, a M.Sc. Clinical psychology student who is conducting qualitative research on the topic "Conceptualising goodness in a collectivistic culture". I am looking for an expert to validate my interview guide and would love it if you could assist me in this.
An expert could be anyone who: 1. Has a Ph.D. in the field of Psychology or is currently pursuing Ph.D. in psychology 2. Someone with comprehensive knowledge and experience in the field of qualitative research.
This is in the clinical psychology field, but any research guidelines I could reference would be great!
I believe there is a move towards this way of working: where someone who has no vested interest in the results, no bias, as they are not part of the intervention team, is chosen to perform the data analysis.
However, I am struggling to find any official recommendations backing this approach. Does anyone know of any? Many thanks!
I am preparing a 5-7 hour-course about psychobiography and I would like to know how others train students in this field. Here in Spain it is unknown so I will be the one introducing the method.
My students will be studying a postgraduate level in health and clinical Psychology.
Dear Colleagues, I am a recently graduated M.A. student in clinical psychology at Columbia University and independently working on a project on meta-analysis of the relationship between transference interpretation and outcome in psychodynamic psychotherapy, with my two colleagues (at University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A and at Middle East Technical University, Turkey).
We are currently on a the phase of literature search and aiming at including unpublished works such as preprints, manuscripts, doctoral thesis, data collected but not yet published. In case you have such work, we will be waiting for your contribution!
The only criteria is the inclusion of patients with mental disorders except psychosis and pervasive developmental disorder, adolescents (older than 16 years old ) and adults, who have undergone a treatment that has a theoretical orientation of psychodynamic or psychoanalytic theory (e.g., Supportive-Explorative Therapy, Transference-Focused Psychotherapy, Alliance-Fostering Therapy).
Your contribution to our meta-analysis will be highly appreciated.
I'm a Ph.D. student in clinical psychology and need to learn R software.
I have enough knowledge of SPSS and AMOS. Are these skills enough for starting R software learning for analyzing data?
I am currently finishing my MA in Clinical Psychology after 10 years in the entertainment industry and am looking at doctoral programs in clinical psychology for the coming application period. I am interested in the intersection of creativity and psychological health, human behavior, and arts systems. I Does anyone have any recommendations for researchers and/or professors who I might be able to reach out to who are working on anything like this? I am absolutely drowning in information on the internet and mainly I am looking to find my niche in a program rather than cast a wide net and need to start somewhere more than just Google. I have been mainly focusing on PsyD. programs as I am more interested in clinical practice, however I am open to PhD. programs in clinical psych. and counseling programs (non-school specific).
Thank you very much if anyone can offer information that could be of help.
Hello! I am a second year Clinical Psychology student at William James College. I have conducted a survey as part of my Doctoral requirement that measures the effectiveness of Cognitive Load inducing Techniques in assessing malingering across various settings. My target population sample includes Psychologists that are currently practicing in the United States; particularly Neuropsychologists and Forensic Psychologists.
If anyone is interested in taking this survey, you can do so by accessing the following link: https://williamjames.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8JmYSRvCDOwk2cl
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We are two master degree students in clinical psychology writing our dissertation about mental health in unaccompanied underage refugees within Norway. We have conducted narrative interviews and transcribed these. However, we lack competence on how to properly analyse these interviews. Does anyone have any suggestion on what analytical approach one should use on narrative interviews?
Due to the advancement in machine learning and it's application in psychiatry and clinical psychology, their is a need to understand the reliability of various programming software for predicting the prevalence of suicide and it's risk factors.
Some people believe these days that earth is not round but flat. The reason for this doubt is that there is only mathematical explanation for the roundness of earth and no observable evidence that we can witness around us or in our experience. If we see even from a height, earth only looks flat. Hence, it seems logical to them that roundness of earth should be doubted as there is no proof to the eyes and senses.
Is there any similar problem in mental illness theory which looks similar to this "flat earth debate" where we have been told since decades about some "truths" but they are not observable at all? Though to many rational people, this flat earth problem may look insensible and a deliberate attempt to create doubt when none exists. But what is the possibility that field of psychiatry may be having such valid problems? For example, the diagnostic validity of schizophrenia.
Kindly provide your views.
Our names are Nandita Kumar and Alexandra Lawall and we are doctoral students at Pacific University in the Graduate School of Psychology, Clinical Psychology PsyD Program. We are interested in increasing our knowledge about parenting styles and the impact on children in adulthood. We also are interested in the relationship quality satisfaction in this population. Your participation would be very valuable in increasing our understanding of this issue. Please feel free to participate and/or forward this invitation to others who may be interested in participating.
If you are 18 or older, live in the U.S., have or want children, and have romantic relationship experience, we invite you to participate in our study. This IRB-approved online survey will enhance our understanding of parenting styles and how they impact people later in life. The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.
If you have questions about this research, please contact the Principal Investigators, Nandita Kumar at firstname.lastname@example.org or Alexandra Lawall at email@example.com. You may also contact our faculty advisor Jane Tram at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your time, interest, and participation.
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I am in urgent need of participants as I'm still someway from my target. Any completions will be much appreciated.
I am studying a masters in Clinical Psychology and my study is investigating how a range of disorders that are commonly associated with each other may be interacting as a network (disorders such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, panic disorder etc.).
The questionnaire is roughly 30 minutes but can be done quicker. There is also a draw for £20 amazon vouchers per 50 participants. Thank you.
What would be an interesting topic for a PhD thesis with regards to cerebral palsy, from a clinical psychology perspective. It could also involve designing new models or interventions. My understanding is that cerebral palsy results in a lot of behavioural difficulties which has a psychological effect on the caregivers as well as the siblings. The effects of the first diagnosis is a crucial point, as well as how the mother-child attachment is affected.
I just came across a really interesting point of view in a clinical manual by a leading author in clinical treatment in Spain, Miguel Ángel Vallejo. He claims, based on a study by Rude and Rehm (1991)*, that psychotherapy is most effective when it boosts already-existing capacities and skills, rather than when it focuses on ameliorating deficits. That seems to run counter to much of what I have seen before in psychotherapy; does this idea match your clinical experience, or do you have any additional bibliography that might support this claim Thanks a lot!
*The citation to this article is given as "Rude, S. S., & Rehm, L. P. (1990). Cognitive and behavioral predictors of response to treatments for depression. Clinical Psychology Review, 11, 493–514"; however, all I can find online is this other article, with a different name, although (apparently) similar content: https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1992-06180-001
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