2018-present: Trainee Clinical Psychologist, University College London.
2017-present: Fulbright Visiting Research Fellow, University of Pennsylvania (under Prof. Phil Gehrman).
2016: Visiting Research Fellow, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand (under Prof. Philippa Gander).
2015-present: Honorary Assistant Psychologist, Oxford Early Intervention Service (under Dr. Louise Johns).
2013-2017: D.Phil. Candidate in Clinical Neuroscience (supervised by Dr. Katharina Wulff).
2013: Research Assistant, Nuffield Department of Opthamology, (under Dr. Katharina Wulff).
2007-2012: MA in Psychology, University of Glasgow (First Class).
Honorary Research Fellow
My research interests primarily surround gaining understanding of the sleep and circadian indicators of psychotic-like experiences (PLEs) in subclinical and high-risk populations.
My doctoral thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Katharina Wulff, explored the roles of subjective perception and objective markers of sleep (and how these can interact) in the formation of psychiatric symptomatology, with a focus on PLEs. Alongside this research, I have also worked in the Oxford Early Invention Service as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist with Dr. Louise Johns, specialising in sleep related complaints in psychosis.
I have recently completed my PhD and a Fulbright scholarship at University of Pennsylvania under the supervision of Prof. Phil Gehrman and have just begun formal clinical training on the DClinPsy programme (Doctorate of Clinical Psychology) at University College London.
Sleep, circadian rhythms, and schizophrenia: where we are and where we need to go.
Cosgrave J. et al, (2018), Curr opin psychiatry, 31, 176 - 182
The interaction between subclinical psychotic experiences, insomnia and objective measures of sleep.
Cosgrave J. et al, (2018), Schizophr res, 193, 204 - 208
Out-of-Body Experience in Virtual Reality Induces Acute Dissociation
van Heugten-van der Kloet D. et al, (2018), Psychology of consciousness: theory research, and practice
Schizotypy and Performance on an Insight Problem-Solving Task: The Contribution of Persecutory Ideation.
Cosgrave J. et al, (2018), Front psychol, 9
Tailored dose baclofen in patients with alcoholic liver disease: A case series with 2-year follow-up of hospitalisation
Heydtmann M. et al, (2015), Addiction research & theory, 23, 510 - 517