We have 11 Occupational Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Occupational Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 11 Occupational Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Investigating operational decision-making approaches, tools and techniques within the nuclear industry

The nuclear industry represents a high-risk and complex sociotechnical system within which control of highly hazardous materials is sought to avoid damage to life, property, or the environment. Read more

Understanding changes in wellbeing at work through the lens of adaptation theory

  Research Group: Institute of Work Psychology (IWP)
Project description. Wellbeing at work is a dynamic construct and to foster wellbeing in organizations, we need to understand how it evolves and identify its change trajectories. Read more

Investigating status conflict in teams led by women and ethnic minority team members

  Research Group: Institute of Work Psychology (IWP)
Project description. This PhD project will use two secondary datasets and a series of experiments to explore how teams led by white women and ethnic minorities manage status related conflict in newly formed teams. Read more

Charting the Journey of Early Career Researchers: Identifying the drivers of Burnout and Engagement (Ref: SF23/HLS/PSY/Montgomery1)

Academia is facing a well-established crisis of mental health. Early career researchers (ECRs), meaning individuals within the first eight years of their career post PhD, are particularly at risk within the academic community. Read more

PhD Studentship for research on psychological safety in elite performance training

PhD studentship at Guildhall School of Music & Drama, in association with Loughborough University. This opportunity is offered with a full fee waiver in the first instance, with the possibility of further funding. Read more

Design of digital technology and machine learning solutions for mental health

The significant societal and economic impact of mental health conditions worldwide is well documented. With a growing awareness of mental health, the pressing need to streamline access to sustainable care services is now an imperative. Read more

International law and the psychological impact of warfare on civilians

Drawing on the emerging field of psychology of international law, the PhD student will examine how international law discusses or should discuss civilian mental harm in warfare from a substantive as well as procedural point of view. Read more

Heterogeneity in the development of antisocial behaviour

Antisocial behaviour is a very wide-ranging term including fighting, stealing, and temper tantrums among many other things. It may not make sense to consider these behaviours as a single construct but to identify meaningful subsets that may have different causes, outcomes and respond well to different treatments. Read more
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