Doctoral culture

Research conducted by our doctoral students is aligned with and integrated in the research culture of our multiple clusters, significantly contributing to the advancement of knowledge and expertise, being published in distinguished journals:

You can find out more about the research degrees we offer at Roehampton, how to apply and how we can support you during the application process here.

The findings of Yusuf Daniju’s doctoral dissertation ‘The effects of regular cannabis use on cognition, brain volume and chemistry: A multimodal approach’ have been explored in ‘Do the effects of cannabis on the hippocampus and striatum increase risk for psychosis?’, co-authored with M. G. Bossong, Kaz Brandt & Paul Allen and published in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews (2020).

The findings of Adam Gibson’s doctoral dissertation ‘Shared decision making in psychotherapy: process and outcomes’ have been explored in ‘Clients' experiences of shared decision making in an integrative psychotherapy for depression’, co-authored with Mick Cooper, John Rae & Jac Hayes and published in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice (2019).

The findings of Faye Riley’s doctoral dissertation ‘Poly-victimisation in Polish adolescents: A study of risk and resilience’ have been explored in ‘Poly-victimisation in Polish adolescents: Risk factors and the moderating role of coping’, co-authored with Mark Wright, Anna Bokszczanin & Cecilia Essau and published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2017).

You can find out more about our students' research here.