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Stephanie graduated from the University of Sunderland with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and from Teesside University with an MSc in Health Psychology. Her PhD explored the experience of living with adult-onset epilepsy. She is a Registered Health Psychologist and Chartered Psychologist. As a trustee of Neuro Key (the working title of the Tees Valley, Durham and North Yorkshire Neurological Alliance) she works on various projects concerned with improving the psychological wellbeing of people with neurological conditions.
Summary of Research Interests
Stephanie's research interests lie in qualitative health research, specifically the experience and self-management of long-term conditions and creativity and wellbeing. In particular, she adopts a phenomenological approach to explore the experience of living with neurological and long-term conditions. She also adopts a co-production approach in her research and is interested in the use of visual methodologies.
British Psychological Society
2005 → 2009
Award Date: 30 Nov 2009
Trustee, Neuro Key (working title of the Tees Valley, Durham and North Yorkshire Neurological Alliance)2006 → …
Kilinc, S., Erdem, H., Healey, R. & Cole, J., 14 May 2020, In : Disability and Rehabilitation.
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Kilinc, S., Campbell, C., Guy, A. & Van Wersch, A., 31 Jan 2020, In : Epilepsy and Behavior. 102, 7 p., 106674.
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Psychosocial barriers and facilitators concerning the dieting process when using the Slimming World programme.Haste, A. & Kilinc, S., 3 Jul 2020, In : Health Psychology Update. 29, 2
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Kilinc, S., 28 Feb 2019, In : Health Psychology Update. 28, 1, p. 23-31
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Validation of the integrative model of adjustment to chronic conditions: applicability to adult-onset epilepsyHammond, L., Farrington, A. & Kilinc, S., 7 Nov 2019, In : Health Psychology Open. 10 p.
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