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Jackie

Hamilton

United Kingdom

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Thesis Title: Exploring the relationship between personality disorder and sexual preoccupation in convicted sexual offenders

Jackie is a current PhD student in the School of Social Science and her thesis, entitled Exploring the relationship between personality disorder and sexual preoccupation in convicted sexual offenders, examines the relationship between personality disorder, sexual preoccupation and sexual offending, and the underlying mechanisms using a mixed methods design. The research methodology includes latent class analysis and interpretative phenomenological analysis.

Previous research endeavours include:

  • self-harm as a moderator of the relationship between the latent classes of psychosis and suicide attempts (MSc research)
  • what role does psychology play in meeting the psychological needs of people who are homeless? A qualitative study (BSc research).

Jackie also works as an hourly paid lecturer for the following module:

  • PSYC10011 Research Methods in Psychology

Director of Studies

Professor Belinda Winder

Research Groups/Centres and Projects

Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Unit (SOCAMRU)

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