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Jaycee Kennett

I am a research associate at the University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry. I work in the Precision Psychiatry Laboratory (OxPPL) focusing on evidence synthesis and living systematic reviews.  My current focus is the mechanisms underlying attentional biases in anxiety and depression.

I am also interested in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and how it is conceptualised at both individual and societal levels, as well as its intersection with UK government mental health policy. My PhD utilises mixed methods to examine these areas.

Before starting in the department I lectured at Aberystwyth University, specifically conceptual and historical issues in psychology and research methods. I also have a number of years professional experience working with children and adolescents, rough sleepers, and prison leavers.

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