About the Project
1. To assess the components of CBT that support the greatest behavioural change in those with depression and anxiety problems and the specific mechanisms supporting this change.
2. To delineate the contingencies responsible for the development of each condition and examine whether targeting the primary complaint is advantageous for reducing symptoms of the secondary condition.
The proposed study focuses on an important public health issue that has relevance for both professional practice and policy and builds upon an established programme of research.
Name of supervisor:Dr. Ioannis Angelakis
University of South Wales
Faculty of Life Sciences & Education
School of Psychology
Telephone: 01443 483415
Email: [email protected]
This award is available only to UK/EU applicants. You should have at least a 2:1 honours degree, or international equivalent, with a strong Psychology/CBT background. A masters-level qualification in Psychology would be advantageous.
How to apply:
You must apply through the University’s online application system. https://gradschool.southwales.ac.uk/thinking-applying/information-applicants/
Please select MPhil/PhD (Psychology) as your course choice: please note a research proposal is not required.
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