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Published: 08 December 2017

SeNSS Collaborative Studentships

SeNSS is offering six collaborative studentships, each linked to a different research project. We are now seeking to identify the best candidate for each of these six collaborative studentships, to start their studies in October 2018. The research projects are listed below, and links are provided for where to find further information about each project, as well as how apply for one of these studentships.

1. Using new digital media to create young Global Citizens: Evaluation and developing the One Globe Kids ‘simulated contact’ education intervention

Primary supervisor: Dr Lindsey Cameron

Institution: School of Psychology, University of Kent

SeNSS Pathway: Psychology

Collaborative partner: Globe Smart Kids

Degree options: a three-year PhD programme, or a one year Masters degree, followed by a three-year PhD programme

For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here.

2. Ageing, automatization and the future of skills in the labour market

Primary supervisor: Professor Arnaud Chevalier

Institution: Department of Economics, Royal Holloway, University of London

SeNSS Pathway: Economics

Collaborative partner: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in Paris

Degree structure: a three-year PhD programme 

 For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here.

Ageing, automatization and the future of skills.pdf

3. Situation awareness in remote vehicle operators

Primary supervisor: Professor Polly Dalton

Institution: Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London

SeNSS Pathway: Psychology

Collaborative partner: Transport Research Laboratory (TRL)

Degree options: a three-year PhD programme, or a one year Masters degree, followed by a three-year PhD programme

For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here.

Situation awareness in remote vehicle operators.pdf

4. The Young Interpreter Scheme: Linguistic features of peer-to-peer input and educational experience of participation

Supervisory team: Professor Ludovica Serratrice, and Dr Noami Flynn

Institution: School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism, the University of Reading

SeNSS Pathway: Linguistics

Collaborative Partner: Hampshire Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service

Degree structure: either a three-year PhD programme, or a one year Masters degree, followed by a three-year PhD programme

For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here. 

The Young Interpreter Scheme.pdf

5.  Increasing Access to Psychological Treatments for Children with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Supervisory team: Professor Cathy Creswell and Dr Brynjar Halldorsson

Institution: Department of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading

SeNSS Pathway: Psychology

Collaborative partner: Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Degree structure: either a three-year PhD programme, or a one year Masters degree, followed by a three-year PhD programme

For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here.

Increasing access to psychological treatment.pdf

6. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for emotion regulation (MBCT-ER) for people diagnosed with borderline personality disorder: Development and preliminary evaluation

Primary supervisor: Dr Richard De Visser

Institution: School of Psychology, University of Sussex

SeNSS Pathway: Psychology

Collaborative partner: Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Degree structure: either a three-year PhD programme, or a one year Masters degree, followed by a three-year PhD programme

For further details on this project, and the next steps to take to apply for it, please click here. Guidance notes on how to apply for one of these studentships is available here.

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.pdf

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