Dr Oren Griffiths

Senior Lecturer

College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

place Social Sciences North (363)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

My research focuses upon the cognitive mechanisms implicated in learning and belief-updating. My basic science examines how "trial and error" lerning takes place, and the role of attention and beliefs in guiding learning. I am also interested in the cognitive mechanisms that bring about unsupported, idiosyncratic or erroneous beliefs (e.g. delusions, anomalous beliefs, superstitions). This research programme aligns with my primary clinical interest, which is in cognitive & behavioural therapies for psychosis (e.g. schizophrenia, bipolar, 1Ep).

Please see www.brainandcoglab.com for more detail.

Qualifications

BPsych (Hons I, UNSW)

MPsych (Clinical, Hons I, UNSW)

PhD (Psychology, UNSW)

Clinical Psychologist (PSY0001709681)

Topic lecturer
PSYC2020 Cognition & Learning
PSYC9005 Further Applications of CBT
PSYC9003 Research Issues
PSYC7006 Contemporary Issues in Psychology
Supervisory interests
Attention
Cognition
Cognitive behaviour therapy, psychosis
Cognitive neuroscience
Schizophrenia
Further information

Room: SSN 363

Phone: x17567

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