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B

Berrios, Raul (2015) Mixed Emotions: An Investigation of Their Source, Induction and Consequences for Well-Being. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Beyle, Christian (2015) Learning in Virtual Environments: An Integrative Approach for Understanding the Adoption, Engagement and Learning Achievement in Digital Contexts. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Blakey, Emma (2015) Deconstructing complex cognition: The development of cognitive flexibility in early childhood. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Burns, Paul (2015) How social environment, self-compassion and peer relationships influence eating pathology. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

C

Campbell, Natasha E. K. (2015) A Meta-ethnography of Qualitative Accounts of Personal Recovery from Depression and, a Qualitative Study Exploring Engagement in the Early Stages of Psychotherapy for Depression. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Collins, Charlotte (2015) Investigating the Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Paranoia: A Systematic Review and Experimental Investigation. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Cowdrey, Natasha Danuta (2015) Perspectives on eating disorders: Attitudes to sufferers, and patient experiences of what goes on in cognitive behavioural therapy. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Croft, Simone (2015) Maternal and child psychopathology. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

D

Davison, Sarah (2015) Exploration of the effectiveness of computerised cognitive retraining of executive functioning and the neuropsychological mechanisms of working memory training. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Dickinson, Abigail (2015) Enhanced orientation discrimination and higher peak gamma frequency in autism spectrum conditions. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Dornan, Ben (2015) EEG and the Default Mode: A Structured Investigation. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Dunsmuir-White, Caroline (2015) Perceptions of psychological mindedness, motivation, and alliance in psychotherapy. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

E

Elghaba, Rasha (2015) An in vitro analysis of striatal microcircuitry. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

F

FitzGibbon, Lily (2015) The Development of Cognitive Flexibility in Childhood. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

G

Gandhi, Trishna (2015) The role of illness representations in recovery from cardiovascular disease. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Gorst, Sarah L (2015) What Predicts Optimal Telehealth Usage among Heart Failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients? PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

H

Hammond, Sarah (2015) The Relationship between Cognitive Variables and Offending Behaviour in Adults who have an Intellectual Disability. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hanson, Katie (2015) Beyond efficacy: How acceptable do people with symptoms of common mental health disorders find self-help interventions? PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Heath, Jennifer (2015) Self-reported quality of life and cognitive adaptation in children and young people with chronic kidney disease. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hope, Aimie (2015) “Little green lies”: Exploring compensatory beliefs within the environmental domain. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hudson, Mark (2015) The role of self-compassion in adjustment to long-term physical health conditions. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

J

Jones, Rebecca (2015) Factors associated with health-related quality of life and psychological distress in patients with psychogenic non-epileptic seizures. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

K

Kent, Alice (2015) A qualitative study of people’s experiences of sleep and paranoia. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

L

Li, Shiying (2015) Chinese children's understanding of TV and web advertising. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Lingwood, Jamie (2015) Using Virtual Environments to investigate Wayfinding in Children and Adults. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

M

Morrison, Diane (2015) Promoting positive well-being in primary school age children. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

P

Panagiotidou, Despina (2015) Distractor, Temporal, and Inhibitory Variations of the Distractor Devaluation Effect of Visual Selective Attention. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Pereira, Jo-Ann (2015) The effective practitioner: The role and contribution of therapist effects in the delivery of psychological therapies. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Piotrowska, Patrycja J. (2015) Social Inequalities in Child and Adolescent Antisocial Behaviour. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

S

Scott, Alexander (2015) Self-help for psychosis: Efficacy and the potential of sleep disturbance as a new target for intervention. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Shepherd, Caroline (2015) The feasibility and acceptability of a therapist measure of assimilation of problematic experiences for clients with Intellectual Disability. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Spence, Claire Elizabeth (2015) Can cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) treat chronic and complex hoarding? A hermeneutic single case efficacy design (HSCED) evaluation. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Stockton, Daniel Cawley (2015) Exploring the underlying mechanisms of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

T

Tilbrook, Carolyn (2015) Exploring the role of anxiety/depression in relation to sexual health behaviours. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

Tomlinson, Hayley (2015) Fear and anxiety in pregnancy and childbirth: How does it develop and what interventions are effective? DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

U

Udachina, Alisa (2015) Investigating paranoia using the Experience Sampling Method. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

W

Woodward, Leanne Samantha (2015) The relationship between adult attachment and psychological distress: An investigation into the role of attention to threat. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield.

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