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Students may register from 1 October 2012 for a three year full-time MPhil/PhD degree. Stipend of £13,590 per annum (2012/13), UK/EU fees and some appropriate training costs. International applicants will have to pay the difference between the home fees and the international fees
Applicants should hold a 2:1 degree or above or a master's degree in Psychology or equivalent.
Those applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate evidence of appropriate English language proficiency, normally defined as a minimum IELTS score of 7.5 (Overall Band Score) with 7.5 in all elements or equivalent.
Langdon, P. E., Clare, I. C. H., & Murphy, G. H. (2010). Developing an understanding of the literature relating to the moral development of people with intellectual disabilities. Developmental Review, 30, 273-293.
Langdon, P. E., Murphy, G. H., Clare, I. C. H., & Palmer, E. J. (2010). The psychometric properties of the Socio-Moral Reflection Measure – Short Form and the Moral Theme Inventory for men with and without intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 31, 1204-1215.
Langdon, P. E., Murphy, G. H., Clare, I. C. H., Palmer, E. J., & Rees, J. (2010). An evaluation of the EQUIP treatment programme with men who have intellectual or other developmental disabilities. . Submitted to Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.
Langdon, P. E., Murphy, G. H., Clare, I. C. H., Steverson, T., & Palmer, E. J. (2010). An examination of the relationships between moral reasoning, empathy and distorted cognitions amongst men with and without intellectual disabilities who have a history of criminal offending. Submitted to the American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Williams, W.H., Cordon, G., Mewes, A.J., Tonks, J. & Burgess, C.N. (2010). Self-reported traumatic brain injury in male young offenders: A risk factor for re-offending, poor mental health, and violence? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 6, 801-812.