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The Institute's research activity is organised into several broad streams. These are displayed below by topic. Additional research is also conducted in other areas.

 

Eating Disorders

 

Neuropsychology

 

the lived experience in psychosis and mental distress

 

 

Group lead: Lorna Hogg

lorna.hogg@hmc.ox.ac.uk 

Overview

(see also: Oxford Clinical Supervision Research Group).

Our research focuses on the relationship between supervisee and supervisor. Qualitative, quantitative and mixed methodologies are used to explore the quality of the supervisory relationship from supervisee, supervisor and dyadic perspectives. Several models and three measures of the supervisory relationship have been developed. Additionally, our research has explored problems, attempted solutions and (non) disclosure in the relationship.