Dimity Crisp


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University of Canberra

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Dimity is an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Applied Psychology, in the Faculty of Health, at the University of Canberra. She currently convenes units in Cognitive Psychology and Learning and is the Course Convener for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Honours) program. Dr Crisp also has extensive experience as a Research Trial Manager having coordinated large scale randomised controlled trials in different areas of community mental health. Her current research includes projects investigating the mental health of health professionals; the mental health, wellbeing and engagement of university students; and the transition of older adults from living in the community to a retirement village.

Research interests

  • Community mental health
  • Transitions In Later Life
  • Mental health promotion
  • Subjective well-being
  • Help-seeking
  • Student engagement, satisfaction and performance

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Australian National University

Award Date: 20 Jan 2019

Master, University of Canberra

Award Date: 20 Mar 2018

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Research Output

Adapting to Retirement Community Life: Changes in Social Networks and Perceived Loneliness

CRISP, D., Windsor, T., Butterworth, P. & Anstey, K., 2015, In : Journal of Relationships Research. 6, 9, p. 1-12 12 p.

University of Canberra

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  • Does stigma predict a belief in dealing with depression alone?

    Griffiths, K. M., Crisp, D. A., Jorm, A. F. & Christensen, H., 1 Aug 2011, In : Journal of Affective Disorders. 132, 3, p. 413-417 5 p.

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  • Seeking help for depression from family and friends: A qualitative analysis of perceived advantages and disadvantages

    Griffiths, K. M., Crisp, D. A., Barney, L. & Reid, R., 15 Dec 2011, In : BMC Psychiatry. 11, p. 1-12 12 p., 196.

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