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Researcher: Gilroy, L (Ms Lisa Gilroy)

Research Fields

Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy)
Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
Central Nervous System
Mental Health
Medical Biochemistry and Metabolomics

Research Impact

Mental Health
Health
Behaviour and Health
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Nervous System and Disorders

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A randomised trial of computer-delivered vicarious exposure, live exposure and relaxation therapy in spider phobia; Psychiatry at the Interface
Comparison of computer-delivered vicarious exposure, live exposure and relaxation therapy in spider phobia; 29th Annual Congress of the EABCT
Computer-aided vicarious exposure versus live graded exposure for spider phobia in children; Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
Computer-Delivered Behavioural Avoidance Tests for Spider Phobia; Behaviour Change
Controlled Comparison of Computer-Aided Vicarious Exposure Versus Live Exposure in the Treatment of Spider Phobia; Behavior Therapy
Controlled Comparison of Single-session Treatments for Spider Phobia: Live Graded Exposure Alone versus Computer-aided Vicarious Exposure; Behaviour Change
Danger Expectancies, Self-efficacy and Subjective Anxiety as Mediators of Avoidance Behaviour in Spider Phobia; Behaviour Change
Long-Term Follow-Up of Computer-Aided Vicarious Exposure Versus Live Graded Exposure in the Treatment of Spider Phobia; Behaviour Therapy
Spider phobia: Comparison of treatment by computer or by therapist; Medical Research Week Poster Display
Teaching exposure-based therapies using virtual reality techniques; Australian Psychological Society
The feasibility of using computer-based treatment for specific phobia
Thousands in danger of genetic timebomb
Three versus six sessions of Computer-aided vicarious exposure treatment for Spider Phobia; Behaviour Change
Virtual Realityvs bibliotherapy for teaching expsure and response prevention at home in obsessive-complusive disorder: preliminary findings; Australian Psychological Society

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision