Dr Mairwen Jones

BA (Hons1) Psych, PhD
Dr Mairwen Jones

C43O - O Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9571
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Biographical details

Dr Mairwen Jones is a psychologist experienced in the nature, assessment, origin and treatment of anxiety and head of the University of Sydney Anxiety Disorders Clinic. She completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology in 1992 and was awarded the Australian Psychological Society Prize and The Dick Thompson Prize for 1st placed Student in Psychology Honours and an Australian Postgraduate Research Award.She is co-developer of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for OCD.

Based on her work in advancing the practice of OCD treatment she has been invited to contribute to a number of texts including the (2003) International Handbook on OCD Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Theory, treatment and research. Wiley and Sons, Sussex, the Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy, Academic Press, New York (2002), and in 2004 she was invited to contribute an entry about DIRT to a dictionary for a Common Language for Psychotherapy Procedures.

She has co-authored two books; Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) For Obsessive-Compulsive Washers: A Comprehensive Guide to Treatment. AAP Ltd: Australia, published in 2008 and Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) For Obsessive-Compulsive Checkers: A Comprehensive Guide to Treatment. AAP Ltd: Australia, 2010.

Additionally, she has been a Chief Investigator on two NHMRC project grants and two Rotary National Mental Health Grants and her research has been accepted for presentation at events including the London Conference of the British Psychological Society, The World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, The International Congress of Psychology, The 12th World AIDS Conference and The European Congress of Psychology.

Research interests

Mairwen is a member of the Mental Health research team.

Teaching and supervision

  • Teaching and higher degree research supervision in the area of psychopathology and treatment.
  • Coordinator of HSBH1003 Health, Behaviour and Society

Associations

  • Member, International Association of Applied Psychology
  • Member, Australian Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapists (AACBT)
  • Registered Psychologist, NSW Psychologists Registration Board (1997-current)

Awards and honours

  • The aetiology, nature and treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Commonwealth Postgraduate Research Award. Jones, M. K. (1993-1996).
  • The Australian Psychological Society (APS) Prize in Psychology for 1st placed student in degree program. Jones, M. K. (1992).
  • The Dick Thompson Prize for Best Student in Psychology Honours, University of Sydney. Jones, M. K. (1992).

Themes

Disability and Community

Selected grants

2012

  • Health and Work Research Network; Buchanan J, Bohle P, Schofield D, Colagiuri S, Hickie I, Glozier N, Shaw T, Leeder S, Grunstein R, Riley J, Johnstone R, Quinlan M, Schofield T, Jones M, Matthews L, Grant A, West S, Chen T, Nyberg D, Shrestha R, Fattore T, Scott L, Knox-Haly M, McNamara M, Callander E; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2007

  • Danger ideation reduction therapy for obsessive-compulsive checkers; Jones M, Menzies R; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2003

  • Randomised controlled trial of self-administered Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for Obsessive-Com; Kirkby K, Menzies R, Harris L, Jones M, St Clare T; Australian Rotary Health Research Fund/Mental Illness Grant.

2000

  • The role of psychosocial variables in the diagnosis and outcome of breast cancer; Tennant C, Kossoff M, Jones M, Smith R; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Danger ideation reduction therapy for obsessive-compulsive washers: A multicentre trial; Menzies R, Andrews G, Kirkby K, Jones M, Crino R; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., St Clare, T. (2010). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) For Obsessive-Compulsive Checkers: A Comprehensive Guide to Treatment. Bowen Hills: Australian Academic Press.
  • St Clare, T., Menzies, R., Jones, M. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Washers. A comprehensive guide to treatment. Bowen Hills, QLD: Australian Academic Press.

Book Chapters

  • Jones, M., Krochmalik, A. (2003). Obsessive-compulsive washing. In R. G. Menzies; P. de Silva (Eds.), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Theory, Research and Treatment, (pp. 121-137). UK: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Jones, M., Pynor, R., Sullivan, G., Weerakoon, P. (2002). A study of attitudes toward sexuality issues among health care students in Australia. In Elizabeth P. Cramer (Editor) (Eds.), Addressing Homophobia and Heterosexism on College Campuses, (pp. 73-86). United States: Harrington Park Press.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2002). Danger ideation reduction therapy. In Michel Hersen; William Sledge (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy, (pp. 615-619). New York, United States: Academic Press.

Journals

  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2014). The treatment of obsessive-compulsive checking: A randomised trial comparing danger ideation reduction therapy with exposure and response prevention. Clinical Psychologist, 18(2), 74-95. [More Information]
  • Chang, H., Jones, M., Russell, C. (2013). Exploring attitudes and barriers toward the use of evidence-based nursing among Nurse Managers in Taiwanese residential Aged Care facilities. Journal of Gerontological Nursing: for nursing care of older adults, 39(2), 36-42. [More Information]
  • Medway, M., Jones, M. (2013). Further Evidence That Repeated Checking Leads to Reduced Memory Confidence, Vividness and Detail: New Evidence That Repeated Object Exposure Also Results in Memory Distrust. Behaviour Change, 30(3), 159-179. [More Information]
  • Dermody, N., Jones, M., Cumming, S. (2013). The Failure of Imagined Contact in Reducing Explicit and Implicit Out-Group Prejudice Toward Male Homosexuals. Current Psychology, 32(3), 261-274. [More Information]
  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2012). Danger ideation reduction in ocd checkers: a pilot study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43(Suppl 1), A55-A63. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield-Georgeson, E. (2012). Health and community services for trafficked women: A exploratory study of policy and practice. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 46(4), 391-410.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of danger ideation reduction therapy for an 86-year old man with a 63-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder - A case study. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, 1, 1-7.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of exposure and response prevention for geriatric obsessive compulsive disorder: A clinical case illustration. Case Reports in Psychiatry, 2012, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Jones, M., Harris, L., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of self-administered danger ideation reduction therapy for a 50-year old woman with a 20-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder: A case study. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, 1, 8-13.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L., Menzies, R. (2012). The impact of climate change on obsessive compulsive checking concerns. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 46(3), 265-270. [More Information]
  • Davey, Z., Jones, M., Harris, L. (2011). A comparison of eating disorder symptomatology, role concerns, figure preference and social comparison between women who have attended single sex and coeducational schools. Sex Roles, 65(9-10), 751-759. [More Information]
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2010). Danger ideation reduction therapy for obsessive-compulsive checking: Preliminary Findings. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 39(4), 293-301. [More Information]
  • Harris, L., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Boots, G. (2010). Evidence of Impaired Event-Based Prospective Memory in Clinical Obsessive-Compulsive Checking. Behaviour Change, 27(2), 84-92.
  • Chang, H., Russell, C., Jones, M. (2010). Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Taiwanese Nursing Homes: Attitudes and Perceived Barriers and Facilitators. Journal of Gerontological Nursing: for nursing care of older adults, 36(1), 41-48.
  • Harris, L., Jones, M., Carey, C. (2009). Characteristics of blood-injection-injury fears in people receiving intravenous chemotherapy. Current Psychology, 28(2), 124-132. [More Information]
  • Harkness, E., Harris, L., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2009). No evidence of attentional bias in obsessive compulsive checking on the dot probe paradigm. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 47(5), 437-443. [More Information]
  • Covic, T., Jones, M. (2007). Is the essay resubmission option a formative or a summative assessment and does it matter as long as the grades improve? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(1), 75-85. [More Information]
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2007). The acquisition of washing behaviours in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Behaviour Change, 24(4), 219-230.
  • Pynor, R., Weerakoon, P., Jones, M. (2005). A preliminary investigation of physiotherapy students' attitudes towards issues of sexuality in clinical practice. Physiotherapy, 91(1), 42-48.
  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Pynor, R. (2005). Survey of occupational therapy students' attitudes towards sexual issues in clinical practice. Occupational Therapy International, 12(2), 95-106.
  • Weerakoon, P., Jones, M., Pynow, R., Kilburn-Watt, E. (2004). Allied Health Professional Students' Perceived Level Of Comfort In Clinical Situations That Have Sexual Connotations. Journal of Allied Health, 33(3), 189-193.
  • O'Brien, M., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2004). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (Dirt) For Intractable, Adolescent Compulsive Washing: A Case Study. Behaviour Change, 21(1), 57-65.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Kirkby, K. (2004). The Superiority Of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (Dirt) Over Exposure And Response Prevention (Erp) In Treating Compulsive Washing. Behaviour Change, 21(4), 251-268.
  • Jones, M., Pynor, R., Sullivan, G., Weerakoon, P. (2002). A Study of Attitudes Towards Sexuality Issues Among Health Care Students in Australia. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(3/4), 73-87.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R., O'Brien, M., Denshire, E., Crain, L. (2002). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT): A Novel Approach to the Treatment of OCD in Children and Adolescents. Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Journal, , 22-28.
  • Jones, M., Sullivan, G. (2002). Psychiatric Disorder or Straight Prejudice? The Role of Education in Overcoming Homophobia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 14(2), 95-105.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2001). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) for treatment-resistant compulsive washing. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 39, 897-912.
  • Howell, S., Leemon, M., Young, L., Jones, M., Talley, N., Bytzer, P. (2001). Low socioeconomic class is a risk factor for upper and lower gastrointestinal symptoms: a population based study in 15 000 Australian adults. Gastroenterology, 49(1), 66-72.
  • Talley, N., Jones, M., Bytzer, P., Horowitz, M. (2001). Oral hypoglycaemic drugs and gastrointestinal symptoms in diabetes mellitus. Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 15(1), 137-142.

Conferences

  • Dermody, N., Jones, M., Cumming, S. (2013). An Investigation into the Effect of Imagined Contact on Explicit and Implicit Attitudes Toward Male Homosexuals. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M. (2013). An investigation of the quality of life in 50 obsessive-compulsive checkers. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Gentle, M., Harris, L., Jones, M. (2013). Barriers to Seeking Treatment for OCD in Australia. 36th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, AACBT.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2013). Dysfunctional beliefs in obsessive-compulsive checking and cognitive change after treatment. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Mahintorabi, S., Jones, M., Harris, L., Zahiroddin, A. (2013). Religion and Obsessive Compulsive symptom presentation among Iranian Muslim women. 36th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, AACBT.
  • Medway, M., Jones, M. (2013). The effects of repeated checking and repeated stimulus use on memory and meta-memory in obsessive-compulsive checking. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield, E. (2012). Aliens, Borders and Social Citizens: Health and Community Services for Trafficked Women. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Harris, L., Jones, M. (2012). Prospective Memory and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Checking. ACAP 5th Annual Conference: Mind over matter in Mental Health - Implications for professional training and professional practice.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The Efficacy of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for an 86-Year Old Man with a 63-Year History of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - A Case Study. International Conference on Applied Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Jones, M., Harris, L., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The Efficacy of Self-Administered Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for a 50-year Old Woman with a 20 Year History of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Case Study. International Conference on Applied Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Einstein, D., St Clare, T., Drobny, J., Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2011). Effectiveness of Danger ideation reduction therapy (DIRT) in a typical outpatient clinic: Results from a randomised controlled trial. AACBT National conference: CBT across the lifespan.
  • Harris, L., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Boots, G. (2010). Evidence of Impaired Event-based Prospective Memory in Clinical Obesessive Checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2010). Exploring the nature of obsessive compulsive checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2010). Successful treatment of an 80-year old man with a 65-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder: A case study. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Madiwale, S., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2010). The role of anger in obsessive-compulsive checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2009). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry Congress - Living in Interesting Times, Australia: Sage Publications.
  • Madiwale, S., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2009). Differences in trait anger between anxious and non-anxious group. Eighth Australasian Conference on Personality and Individual Differences, Australia: ACPID.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2009). Exploring compulsive checking. The University fo Sydney Biennial Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Student Conference 2009 - Emerging Researchers in Health Sciences, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. 31st Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT) National Conference, Australia. [More Information]
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. The University of Sydney Biennial Faculties of Health Research Conference - From Cell to Society 6 (FCTS6), Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R., Vaccaro, L. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT): Preliminary findings with three obsessive-compulsive checkers. The XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Germany: ICC Berlin.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2007). Treating compulsive checking with D.I.R.T. The University of Sydney Biennial Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Student Conference - Building Communities of Inquiry in Health Sciences, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Pynor, R. (2006). An investigation of occupational therapy students' level of comfort towards issues of sexuality in clinical practice.
  • Clarke, D., Jones, M., Adamson, B. (2006). Occupational Stress & Intra-Professional Workplace Bullying: A Descriptive Study of Nursing Staff Perceptions. 27th International conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), http://star2006.org: Ellinika Grammata.
  • Jones, M., Krochmalik, A., Menzies, R. (2006). The Role of Perceived Responsibility and Disease Expectancy in Obsessive-Compulsive Washing and Associated Symptom Change Following Treatment. 27th International conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), http://star2006.org: Ellinika Grammata.
  • Meade (nee Covic), T., Jones, M. (2005). The usefulness of essay resubmission as an assessment practice that enhances students' learning. 2005 Evaluations and Assessment Conference, Sydney: University of Technology Sydney.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2003). The nature of obsessive-compulsive washing. 8th European Congress of Psychology, HOME: Congress of Psychology.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2003). The superiority of DIRT over ERP in treating compulsive washing. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy 26th National Conference, Adelaide: Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy.
  • Weerakoon, P., Jones, M., Pynor, R. (2002). Allied health professional students' perceived level of comfort in clinical situations that have sexual connotations. Research from the ground up - a statewide conference to promote the practice and uptake of research and evaluation in primary health care, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Sullivan, G., Pynor, R. (2002). An Investigation of health care Students' Attitudes toward Sexual Issues. 2002 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Menzies, R., Jones, M., Krochmalik, A., Einstein, D., St Clare, T. (2001). The development of an exposure-free package for OCD. World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, : Ads & Adea.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2001). The Role of Associative Learning in the Onset of Obsessive-Compulsive Washing Rituals. 22nd International Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society, : World Scientific Publishing.

2014

  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2014). The treatment of obsessive-compulsive checking: A randomised trial comparing danger ideation reduction therapy with exposure and response prevention. Clinical Psychologist, 18(2), 74-95. [More Information]

2013

  • Dermody, N., Jones, M., Cumming, S. (2013). An Investigation into the Effect of Imagined Contact on Explicit and Implicit Attitudes Toward Male Homosexuals. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M. (2013). An investigation of the quality of life in 50 obsessive-compulsive checkers. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Gentle, M., Harris, L., Jones, M. (2013). Barriers to Seeking Treatment for OCD in Australia. 36th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, AACBT.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2013). Dysfunctional beliefs in obsessive-compulsive checking and cognitive change after treatment. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Chang, H., Jones, M., Russell, C. (2013). Exploring attitudes and barriers toward the use of evidence-based nursing among Nurse Managers in Taiwanese residential Aged Care facilities. Journal of Gerontological Nursing: for nursing care of older adults, 39(2), 36-42. [More Information]
  • Medway, M., Jones, M. (2013). Further Evidence That Repeated Checking Leads to Reduced Memory Confidence, Vividness and Detail: New Evidence That Repeated Object Exposure Also Results in Memory Distrust. Behaviour Change, 30(3), 159-179. [More Information]
  • Mahintorabi, S., Jones, M., Harris, L., Zahiroddin, A. (2013). Religion and Obsessive Compulsive symptom presentation among Iranian Muslim women. 36th National Conference of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, AACBT.
  • Medway, M., Jones, M. (2013). The effects of repeated checking and repeated stimulus use on memory and meta-memory in obsessive-compulsive checking. 48th APS Annual Conference.
  • Dermody, N., Jones, M., Cumming, S. (2013). The Failure of Imagined Contact in Reducing Explicit and Implicit Out-Group Prejudice Toward Male Homosexuals. Current Psychology, 32(3), 261-274. [More Information]

2012

  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield, E. (2012). Aliens, Borders and Social Citizens: Health and Community Services for Trafficked Women. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2012). Danger ideation reduction in ocd checkers: a pilot study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43(Suppl 1), A55-A63. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield-Georgeson, E. (2012). Health and community services for trafficked women: A exploratory study of policy and practice. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 46(4), 391-410.
  • Harris, L., Jones, M. (2012). Prospective Memory and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Checking. ACAP 5th Annual Conference: Mind over matter in Mental Health - Implications for professional training and professional practice.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The Efficacy of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for an 86-Year Old Man with a 63-Year History of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - A Case Study. International Conference on Applied Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of danger ideation reduction therapy for an 86-year old man with a 63-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder - A case study. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, 1, 1-7.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of exposure and response prevention for geriatric obsessive compulsive disorder: A clinical case illustration. Case Reports in Psychiatry, 2012, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Jones, M., Harris, L., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The Efficacy of Self-Administered Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for a 50-year Old Woman with a 20 Year History of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Case Study. International Conference on Applied Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Jones, M., Harris, L., Vaccaro, L. (2012). The efficacy of self-administered danger ideation reduction therapy for a 50-year old woman with a 20-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder: A case study. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, 1, 8-13.
  • Jones, M., Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L., Menzies, R. (2012). The impact of climate change on obsessive compulsive checking concerns. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 46(3), 265-270. [More Information]

2011

  • Davey, Z., Jones, M., Harris, L. (2011). A comparison of eating disorder symptomatology, role concerns, figure preference and social comparison between women who have attended single sex and coeducational schools. Sex Roles, 65(9-10), 751-759. [More Information]
  • Einstein, D., St Clare, T., Drobny, J., Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2011). Effectiveness of Danger ideation reduction therapy (DIRT) in a typical outpatient clinic: Results from a randomised controlled trial. AACBT National conference: CBT across the lifespan.

2010

  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., St Clare, T. (2010). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) For Obsessive-Compulsive Checkers: A Comprehensive Guide to Treatment. Bowen Hills: Australian Academic Press.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2010). Danger ideation reduction therapy for obsessive-compulsive checking: Preliminary Findings. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 39(4), 293-301. [More Information]
  • Harris, L., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Boots, G. (2010). Evidence of Impaired Event-based Prospective Memory in Clinical Obesessive Checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Harris, L., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Boots, G. (2010). Evidence of Impaired Event-Based Prospective Memory in Clinical Obsessive-Compulsive Checking. Behaviour Change, 27(2), 84-92.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2010). Exploring the nature of obsessive compulsive checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Chang, H., Russell, C., Jones, M. (2010). Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Taiwanese Nursing Homes: Attitudes and Perceived Barriers and Facilitators. Journal of Gerontological Nursing: for nursing care of older adults, 36(1), 41-48.
  • Wootton, B., Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2010). Successful treatment of an 80-year old man with a 65-year history of obsessive-compulsive disorder: A case study. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.
  • Madiwale, S., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2010). The role of anger in obsessive-compulsive checking. 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, Australia: ICAP (international congress of applied psychology.

2009

  • Harris, L., Jones, M., Carey, C. (2009). Characteristics of blood-injection-injury fears in people receiving intravenous chemotherapy. Current Psychology, 28(2), 124-132. [More Information]
  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2009). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry Congress - Living in Interesting Times, Australia: Sage Publications.
  • Madiwale, S., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2009). Differences in trait anger between anxious and non-anxious group. Eighth Australasian Conference on Personality and Individual Differences, Australia: ACPID.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2009). Exploring compulsive checking. The University fo Sydney Biennial Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Student Conference 2009 - Emerging Researchers in Health Sciences, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
  • Harkness, E., Harris, L., Jones, M., Vaccaro, L. (2009). No evidence of attentional bias in obsessive compulsive checking on the dot probe paradigm. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 47(5), 437-443. [More Information]

2008

  • Vaccaro, L., Wootton, B., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. 31st Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT) National Conference, Australia. [More Information]
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Wootton, B. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction in OCD Checkers: A pilot study. The University of Sydney Biennial Faculties of Health Research Conference - From Cell to Society 6 (FCTS6), Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R., Vaccaro, L. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT): Preliminary findings with three obsessive-compulsive checkers. The XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Germany: ICC Berlin.
  • St Clare, T., Menzies, R., Jones, M. (2008). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Washers. A comprehensive guide to treatment. Bowen Hills, QLD: Australian Academic Press.

2007

  • Covic, T., Jones, M. (2007). Is the essay resubmission option a formative or a summative assessment and does it matter as long as the grades improve? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(1), 75-85. [More Information]
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2007). The acquisition of washing behaviours in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Behaviour Change, 24(4), 219-230.
  • Vaccaro, L., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2007). Treating compulsive checking with D.I.R.T. The University of Sydney Biennial Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Student Conference - Building Communities of Inquiry in Health Sciences, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.

2006

  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Pynor, R. (2006). An investigation of occupational therapy students' level of comfort towards issues of sexuality in clinical practice.
  • Clarke, D., Jones, M., Adamson, B. (2006). Occupational Stress & Intra-Professional Workplace Bullying: A Descriptive Study of Nursing Staff Perceptions. 27th International conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), http://star2006.org: Ellinika Grammata.
  • Jones, M., Krochmalik, A., Menzies, R. (2006). The Role of Perceived Responsibility and Disease Expectancy in Obsessive-Compulsive Washing and Associated Symptom Change Following Treatment. 27th International conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), http://star2006.org: Ellinika Grammata.

2005

  • Pynor, R., Weerakoon, P., Jones, M. (2005). A preliminary investigation of physiotherapy students' attitudes towards issues of sexuality in clinical practice. Physiotherapy, 91(1), 42-48.
  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Pynor, R. (2005). Survey of occupational therapy students' attitudes towards sexual issues in clinical practice. Occupational Therapy International, 12(2), 95-106.
  • Meade (nee Covic), T., Jones, M. (2005). The usefulness of essay resubmission as an assessment practice that enhances students' learning. 2005 Evaluations and Assessment Conference, Sydney: University of Technology Sydney.

2004

  • Weerakoon, P., Jones, M., Pynow, R., Kilburn-Watt, E. (2004). Allied Health Professional Students' Perceived Level Of Comfort In Clinical Situations That Have Sexual Connotations. Journal of Allied Health, 33(3), 189-193.
  • O'Brien, M., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2004). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (Dirt) For Intractable, Adolescent Compulsive Washing: A Case Study. Behaviour Change, 21(1), 57-65.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R., Kirkby, K. (2004). The Superiority Of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (Dirt) Over Exposure And Response Prevention (Erp) In Treating Compulsive Washing. Behaviour Change, 21(4), 251-268.

2003

  • Jones, M., Krochmalik, A. (2003). Obsessive-compulsive washing. In R. G. Menzies; P. de Silva (Eds.), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Theory, Research and Treatment, (pp. 121-137). UK: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2003). The nature of obsessive-compulsive washing. 8th European Congress of Psychology, HOME: Congress of Psychology.
  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2003). The superiority of DIRT over ERP in treating compulsive washing. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy 26th National Conference, Adelaide: Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy.

2002

  • Jones, M., Pynor, R., Sullivan, G., Weerakoon, P. (2002). A study of attitudes toward sexuality issues among health care students in Australia. In Elizabeth P. Cramer (Editor) (Eds.), Addressing Homophobia and Heterosexism on College Campuses, (pp. 73-86). United States: Harrington Park Press.
  • Jones, M., Pynor, R., Sullivan, G., Weerakoon, P. (2002). A Study of Attitudes Towards Sexuality Issues Among Health Care Students in Australia. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(3/4), 73-87.
  • Weerakoon, P., Jones, M., Pynor, R. (2002). Allied health professional students' perceived level of comfort in clinical situations that have sexual connotations. Research from the ground up - a statewide conference to promote the practice and uptake of research and evaluation in primary health care, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Jones, M., Weerakoon, P., Sullivan, G., Pynor, R. (2002). An Investigation of health care Students' Attitudes toward Sexual Issues. 2002 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2002). Danger ideation reduction therapy. In Michel Hersen; William Sledge (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy, (pp. 615-619). New York, United States: Academic Press.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R., O'Brien, M., Denshire, E., Crain, L. (2002). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT): A Novel Approach to the Treatment of OCD in Children and Adolescents. Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Journal, , 22-28.
  • Jones, M., Sullivan, G. (2002). Psychiatric Disorder or Straight Prejudice? The Role of Education in Overcoming Homophobia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 14(2), 95-105.

2001

  • Krochmalik, A., Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2001). Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) for treatment-resistant compulsive washing. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 39, 897-912.
  • Howell, S., Leemon, M., Young, L., Jones, M., Talley, N., Bytzer, P. (2001). Low socioeconomic class is a risk factor for upper and lower gastrointestinal symptoms: a population based study in 15 000 Australian adults. Gastroenterology, 49(1), 66-72.
  • Talley, N., Jones, M., Bytzer, P., Horowitz, M. (2001). Oral hypoglycaemic drugs and gastrointestinal symptoms in diabetes mellitus. Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 15(1), 137-142.
  • Menzies, R., Jones, M., Krochmalik, A., Einstein, D., St Clare, T. (2001). The development of an exposure-free package for OCD. World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, : Ads & Adea.
  • Jones, M., Menzies, R. (2001). The Role of Associative Learning in the Onset of Obsessive-Compulsive Washing Rituals. 22nd International Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society, : World Scientific Publishing.

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