Masters and Doctoral Research Completed by AANZPA Members

Listed here are university based theses completed by AANZPA members, which contribute to our understanding of psychodramatic theory or practice. A wide range of research interests is represented, including the investigation of psychodramatic theory or practice, the application of psychodramatic concepts to broader professional, social and personal concerns, and the development of research tools. The links beside each entry take you to the thesis abstract and references to articles that have been drawn from the thesis and published in professional journals (other than the AANZPA Journal). A list of AANZPA Journal articles is available.

Resolving painful emotional experience during psychodrama. McVea, C. S (2009)
The body alchemy of psychodrama: A phenomenologically-based qualitative evaluation of a training manual for trainers and practitioners of psychodrama group therapy and group psychotherapy. Ridge, R. (2007)
A critical history of the influence of Jacob L. Moreno’s concepts and techniques on nursing: 1930s to 1990s McIntosh, W. H (1999)
An Information System for Psychotherapy Research using Expert Commentary of Videtaped Expertise Carter, P. D. (1997)
Gender identity in the homosexual male: Identifying and testing two theories of object relations within the personality. Franklin, K. (1991)