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Hannah DeJong

BA, ClinPsyD

Wellcome Doctoral Training Fellow

  • DPhil student

Rumination is the central theme of my current research. I am particularly interested in how underlying deficits in cognitive control predispose individuals to rumination, and in the possible impact of rumination on social cognition. These processes are broadly relevant in the context of depression, and also have specific implications for the perinatal period. I trained as a Clinical Psychologist and am interested in combining clinical and experimental approaches in my research.

My research is funded by Wellcome and supervised by Professor Alan Stein and Professor Elaine Fox.