Jane Simpson

Jane Simpson

Jane Simpson, PhD, is a clinical and academic psychologist and has been Research Director on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Lancaster for the past seven years. A major focus of her research is the relationship between emotions and cognitions, and the international move to see emotions as a major driver in influencing both mental health difficulties and response to therapy is one she fully supports.

View the author's own website : http://www.research.lancs.ac.uk/portal/en/people/jane-simpson(fc5c0490-3996-4da1-8cb0-fe862332d8a7).html

The Revolting Self: Perspectives on the Psychological, Social, and Clinical Implications of Self-Directed Disgust

The Revolting Self: Perspectives on the Psychological, Social, and Clinical Implications of Self-Directed Disgust

Edited by Philip A. Powell, Paul G. Overton

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Self-disgust (viewing the self as an object of abhorrence) is somewhat of a novel subject for psychological research and theory, yet its significance is increasingly being recognised in the clinical... (more)

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