Full supervision list by level

  • PhD Students

    2018–current: Sarah Giles
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Attention to detail, cognitive rigidity and alexithymia in eating disorders

    2014–2018: Andisheh Vahedi
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: The work-family interface and child mental health: longitudinal associations via family functioning across childhood
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/11343/217236

    2013–2017: Vanja Rozenblat
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: The role of candidate gene x environment interactions in eating pathology: an investigation of the 5-HTTLPR polymorphism
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/11343/197975

    2013–2018: Tara de Paoli
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Using an attachment framework to investigate the relationship between rejection sensitivity and socioemotional processing in eating disorders
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/11343/207923

    2014–2016: Francis Puccio
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: The Longitudinal Transmission of Effects Between Symptoms of Eating Pathology, Depression, and Anxiety
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/11343/121863

    2010–2014: Sarah Mitchell
    Supervisory Role: Co-Supervisor
    Title of thesis: A Longitudinal Study of Psychosocial Outcomes and Emotion Predictors of Disordered Eating Trajectory Classes across Adolescence

  • Masters Students

    2020 – Current (Submitting, 2020 or 2021)

    Name of Student: Rebekah Shao
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Judgment Bias as a Predictor of Individual Differences in Eating, Shape, and Weight Concerns

    Name of Student: Rebekah Davenport
    Supervisory Role: Co-Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Psychological correlates of mood and fatigue in MS and Endometriosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis

    Name of Student: Nick Rickerby
    Supervisory Role: Co-Supervisor
    Title of thesis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis on Rumantion in Depression, Anxiety and Eating Disorders

    Name of Student: An Binh Dang
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: A systematic review and meta-analysis on the DSM-5 severity index for Eating Disorders

    2019

    Name of Student: Eugenia Zhi Wei Yee
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: The influence of fitspiration and thinspiration images on body image, eating patterns, and mood among males: an ecological momentary assessment

    2018

    Name of Student: Marie Camen
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Mitigating Negative Influence and Promoting Peer Support during Inpatient Treatment of Eating Disorders

    Name of Student: Poornie Selvaraja
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: The impact of viewing fitspiration images on eating disorder psychopathology in females

    2017

    Name of Student: Tim Bramley
    Supervisory Role: Co-Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Psychological effects of volunteering on early adolescents

    Name of Student: Stephanie Fung
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Does oxytocin moderate the relations between eating pathology, and disorder and social inhibition

    Name of Student: Olivia McConchie
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Disordered eating and the effects of an oxytocin intervention on emotion recognition and theory of mind

    Name of Student: Deborah Ong
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Body dissatisfaction and compulsive exercise: the moderating role of self-compassion on the effects of goal failures and high perfectionism

    Name of Student: Benjamin Dorevitch
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Maladaptive Perfectionism and Depression: Testing a pain analysis model in a mixed clinical and non clinical university sample

    2016

    Name of Student: Alexandra Nikodijevic
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Body Checking and Body Avoidance in eating disorders: A Meta-Analysis of the Literature

    Name of Student: Charlotte Lewis
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Internet-based program to improve body dissatisfaction

    Name of Student: Pauline Chia
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Ramadan fasting, religiosity impulsivity and changes in eating behaviours

    2015

    Name of Student: Alice Tsai
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Analytical & experiential self-focus, personality, mood & disordered eating

    Name of Student: Jessice O'Connell
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Paranoid delusions in anorexia nervosa: A qualitative study

    Name of Student: Belinda Cain
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: An unmet need for diagnosis and treatment in eating disorders

    Name of Student: Catherine Roberts
    Supervisory Role: Co-Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Parent emotion regulation, hair cortisol concentration and the socialisation of toddlers' emotions

    2014

    Name of Student: Charmain Tan
    Supervisory Role: Primary Supervisor
    Title of thesis: Western Cultural Identification Explains Variations in the Objectification Model for Eating Pathology Across Australian Caucasians and Asian Women

  • Honours Students

    2020

    Sarah Louise Eddy
    Jade Portingale
    Shanshan Liu
    Xinyue (Tiffany) Liu

    2018

    Weixin Tan
    Madelaine Tohney
    Megan Gittus

    2016

    Anusha Andrews
    Brianna Hollis
    Hayley Kimball
    Robert Williams
    Sarah de la Harpe

    2015

    Fiona Kalathas
    Katherine Drutchinin
    Laura Gorrie

    2014

    Charlotte Lewis
    Salma Mansour
    Elise Watson

    2013

    Emma Jarosz

Involvement with the
MSPS Eating Disorder Lab

We are currently taking on new PhD students for various exciting projects within our six research domains. We also highly value the contribution of students/staff volunteering in our lab. If you are interested to apply for a PhD or would like to volunteer in our lab, please contact Dr Isabel Krug directly (isabel.krug@unimelb.edu.au). We look forward to hearing from you.

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