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Denis Yukhnenko


DPhil student

I am a DPhil student working under the supervision of Professor Seena Fazel. My current study is intended to fill the existing gap in research on risk factors for re-offending in individuals given community sentences. This specific population is often overlooked by researchers, despite the important role that community sentencing plays in the society. The findings may lead to improvements in evidence-based decision making in probation and rehabilitation management programmes.

I studied clinical psychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University and forensic psychology at Maastricht University. I also spent several years working as a disaster mental health practitioner.

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