Testing the validity of the Theoretical Framework of Acceptability: an experimental vignette study

Kitty Kioskli

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London

My name is Kitty Kioskli and I am Greek-American. I have obtained a BSc in Social Anthropology, from Panteion University (Athens, Greece). Furthermore, I completed an MSc in Health Psychology, at City, University of London, which made me realise my passion for research. Currently, I am a member of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, at King’s College London, conducting my PhD under a full scholarship awarded by Diabetes UK. Meanwhile, I also work part-time at Family Mosaic, within a scheme that supports individuals suffering from mental health conditions.

Abstract

Acceptability has been defined as “doing something that is considered to be socially appropriate or within the sphere of what is appropriate, or something that is considered tolerable but not necessarily desired”. The... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Kitty Kioskli (Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London)

Topic Areas

Influencing professions , Influencing research , Other approaches to working for change

Session

SAAM PPT » Papers: Psychological Therapy (11:00 - Saturday, 2nd September, CT Hub, Lecture Theatre B)

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