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Attributional Style and Symptoms of Depression in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis.

Kneebone, Ian Indrik. (2001) Attributional Style and Symptoms of Depression in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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This portfolio provides three dossiers of endeavor in clinical psychology, professional practice, academic review and research, in order to demonstrate enhanced competence in this discipline. A personal study plan outlines the aims and objectives of the portfolio. The professional dossier then provides a copy of professional qualification in clinical psychology, followed by a detailed curriculum vitae outlining professional training and practice. The dossier also contains an autobiographical overview detailing development as a clinical psychologist specialising in working with older adults and a survey conducted to objectively document deficiencies in clinical psychology training courses in Australia, in this area. The academic dossier contains two critical reviews. One of ‘Psychological management of post-stroke depression’, the second of ‘Coping and caregivers of persons with dementia’. The research dossier contains a paper reporting on research carried out within initial professional (Masters) training along with 12 month follow-up data obtained subsequent to the completion of the qualification. Finally, a piece of new research is presented ‘Attributional style and symptoms of depression in persons with multiple sclerosis’.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Divisions : Theses
Authors : Kneebone, Ian Indrik.
Date : 2001
Additional Information : Thesis (Psych.D.)--University of Surrey (United Kingdom), 2001.
Depositing User : EPrints Services
Date Deposited : 06 May 2020 12:07
Last Modified : 06 May 2020 12:09

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