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The School of Psychology has a proud history of successful doctoral completions (PhD and DClinPsych).
Each list of doctoral citations lists successful doctoral completions with their name, thesis title, citation and supervisors.
Some doctoral research activities may lead to applied research outputs. Dr Jan Bashford's research led to development of a screening tool called The Cannabis Use Problems Identification Test (CUPIT). The tool is now internationally accepted for clinical use and as a community self-testing resource to help identify drug-use problems.
The Manawatū Doctoral Research Symposium showcases the range of doctoral research in the School of Psychology's Manawatū campus.
Doctoral candidates present and publish a concise paper in an online edited book of proceedings. The symposium is a chance to disseminate and discuss your research in a supportive environment. This is an excellent opportunity to receive valuable feedback from peers and present your paper to fellow doctoral students.
The next Doctoral Research Symposium will be held 26 November 2015. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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Last updated on Thursday 15 June 2017