Lisa Hancock

Lisa Hancock

Lisa Hancock

Doctoral Candidate / Research Assistant

Phd/M/Psychol. (Clin) Candidate, 2010 - present.
BA Hons (Psychol), Usyd, 2009.

Contact details

Email: Lisa Hancock

Office: Mathews, Room 1408

Research Summary

Supervisor: Prof Richard Bryant
Research interests: Perceived control, learned helplessness and related mechanisms in PTSD; Enhancing treatment response for posttraumatic disorders; Web-based treatment delivery.


Tutor: Assessment, Personality and Psychopathology (Psy3201/2101)


Book chapters:
Hancock, L. (2011). Ominous signs: Schizotypy and religious attachment. In Boag, S. & Tiliopoulos, N. Personality and individual differences: Theory, assessment and application. New York: Nova.
Research papers:
Hancock, L. & Tiliopoulos, N. (2010). Religious attachment dimensions and schizotypal personality traits. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 13, 261-265.

Hancock, L., Tiliopoulos, N. & Francis, L.J. (2010). Psychometric properties of the Francis Scale of Attitude to Christianity among Australian Christians. Journal of Religious Education, 58, 72-7.

Peer-­‐reviewed international conference presentations: 
Hancock, L. (2009). Schizotypy, attachment and neuroticism in two Christian samples. 8th Australasian Conference for Personality and Individual Differences.

Hancock, L. (Accepted; July 2013). The Role of Mastery in Adjusting to Trauma and Enhancing Treatment: The Impact of Believing One Has Control on Rape Survivors. 7th World Congress of Behavior and Cognitive Therapies, Lima, Peru.

Awards, Fellowships & Grants

Australian Postgraduate Award (2010-current).

Affiliations & Memberships

Member, Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (AACBT)
NSW Psychologist registration board Reg#PSY001409920