Received Sylff fellowship in 2017 (University of Waikato.)
Academic Supervisor: Professor Devon Polaschek, Assistant Professor Louise Dixon
Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours (Psychology), Victoria University of Wellington
Meg received a Sylff fellowship for her Masters research in 2017. She is currently completing a PhD in Psychology at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand. Meg’s PhD research explores family violence events from a perpetrator’s perspective. Her research aims are to develop a theory of family violence that: (1) applies to a wide range of perpetrators who use family violence at different levels of severity, and (2) explains how multiple factors interact during a family violence event. Meg intends that her research will enhance our understanding of the treatment needs of family violence perpetrators in New Zealand.
Chair of Organising Committee for the New Zealand Sylff Fellows Networking Event, to be held in September 2018 with the generous support of the LANS grant
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