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Number of items: 12.

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Agoro, Diane Naomi (2015) The Experience and Meaning of Relationships for People with Psychosis in a Rehabilitation Service: An Interpretative Phenomenological Approach. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

C

Calame, Sherell (2015) An exploration into the occurrence of unusual thoughts after childbirth. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

Coker, Joyce Feyisitan (2015) Statin-use and the adoption of healthy lifestyle choices: A cross-national comparison. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Corrigall, Frances Anne (2015) The Experience of Successful Leaders: An IPA Study on Senior Female Clinical Psychologists. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

D

Drage, Laura (2015) “How does a therapist respond to resistance and what impact does this have on the client? An analysis of speech in Motivational Interviewing based treatment sessions for alcohol misuse.”. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

F

Farooq, Romana (2015) Understanding the Bereavement Experiences of Pakistani Women following Infant Mortality. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

G

Green, Benjamin (2015) How do therapists and families negotiate meaning and family relating during family therapy for self-harm? D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

H

Hopper, Sophie Anne Rosemary (2015) The therapist experience of client non-response. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

Hunter, Ruth (2015) Leadership, motherhood and the NHS: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of clinical psychologists' experience. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

J

Jackson, David Andrew (2015) A Retrospective Case Note Comparison of Psychosocial Presentation and Proposed After Care in Early Adolescent Emergency Department Attendees for Acute Alcohol Intoxication and Self-harm. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

L

Lanham, Ann Catherine (2015) Evaluating the psychological predictors of long term weight loss following bariatric surgery. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

M

Maclean, Louise Charlotte (2015) Pain, future possible selves and anticipated behavioural preferences. D.Clin.Psychol thesis, University of Leeds.

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