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Dr Victoria Ruby-Granger

Job: Lecturer in Psychology

School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: Ext 4776

E: victoria.ruby-granger@dmu.ac.uk

 

Personal profile

Victoria recently submitted her PhD thesis entitled Trying to “manage the excess”: A constructivist grounded theory of hoarding behaviour. Her research focused on understanding how hoarding behaviours develop and the meaning of possessions for people with self-identified hoarding behaviours. Victoria has also been involved in research on maternal obsessive-compulsive disorder and has interests in hoarding behaviour, OCD and mental health in general. She is also interested in wellbeing generally and specifically the ways in which martial arts, yoga and fitness can benefit psychological wellbeing.

Research group affiliations

Health Psychology

Publications and outputs

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Research interests/expertise

  • Hoarding 
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Mental health
  • Wellbeing

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) Psychology
  • PGCE (Post-Compulsory Education)
  • MSc Psychological Research Methods
  • PhD Psychology

Courses taught

  • PSYC1090 Introductory Research Methods in Psychology

Conference attendance

Psychology PhD/DPsych conference, 24th May 2018, Nottingham Trent University, Developing a model of hoarding behaviour, Barnes, V., Wilde, D., Zysk, E., Seymour-Smith, S., & Kibowski, F. Oral presentation

British Psychological Society National Conference, 4th May 2018, Nottingham Conference Centre, Developing a model of hoarding behaviour, Barnes, V., Wilde, D., Zysk, E., Seymour-Smith, S., & Kibowski, F. Oral presentation

School of Social Sciences Research Cross Disciplinary Perspectives, 27th February 2018, Trying to manage the excess: Developing and testing a model of hoarding behaviour. Barnes, V., Wilde, D., Zysk, E., Seymour-Smith, S., & Kibowski, F. Oral presentation 

Psychology PhD/DPsych conference, 24th May 2017, Nottingham Trent University, Developing a model of hoarding behaviour. Barnes, V., Wilde, D., Zysk, E., Seymour-Smith, S., & Kibowski, F. Oral presentation

PhD and Early Career Researcher Conference, 23rd June 2016, Sheffield Hallam University, Developing and testing a model of hoarding behaviour, Barnes, V., Wilde, D., Zysk, E., Seymour-Smith, S., & Kibowski, F. Oral presentation  

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