Who We Are Our Staff Associate Professor Richard Moulding Course Coordinator PhD MPsychClin BSc(Hons) Dr Moulding is an Associate Professor and course coordinator of the Master of Psychology (Clinical). He has a BSc(Hons) in psychology, as well as a Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. He is an endorsed clinical psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and is currently a member of the committee of the Clinical College of the APS in his role as Editor in Chief of the journal Clinical Psychologist. Richard has previously been a chief investigator on a NHMRC randomised controlled trial examining the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a novel online treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and a chief investigator on a NSW government grant disseminating novel treatments for comorbid anxiety/depression and substance use disorders. He has also previously been a volunteer committee member of the community mutual self-help group, the Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria, for a seven year period. He set up a Hoarding Disorder treatment program at Swinburne University. He is interested in the Anxiety and OCD-Related Disorders, Emotion Regulation, and self-concept. Expertise Statistics (SPSS, Stata, R) Systematic reviews Quantitative methodologies Experimental designs Research Interests Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Hoarding Disorder Anxiety Disorders Emotional Regulation Self Concept in psychopathology Recent Publications and Presentations Kings, C., Knight, T., & Moulding, R. (2020). Using photo-elicitation and interpretative phenomenological analysis to explore possessions as links to self-concept and the identities of others in hoarding disorder. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 93, 326-346. Cassar, G. E., Youssef, G., J., Knowles, S., Moulding, R., Wilding, H., & Austin, D. W. (2020). Health-related quality of life in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): A systematic review and meta-analysis. Gastroenterology Nursing, 43, E102-E122. Fassnacht, D., Kyrios, M., Ali, K., Rodgers, B., & Moulding, R. (2020). Predicting the severity of excessive buying using the Excessive Buying Rating Scale and Compulsive Buying Scale. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive & Related Disorders, 25, 1005009. Melli, G., Moulding, R., Puccetti, C., Pinto, A., Caccico, L., Drabik, M. J., & Sica, C. (2020). Assessing beliefs about the consequences of Not Just Right Experiences: Psychometric properties of the Not Just Right Experience‐Sensitivity Scale (NJRE‐SS). Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 27, 847-857. Sloan, E., Moulding, R., Weiner, C., Dowling, R.-M., & Hall, K. (in press). A qualitative examination of the relationship between rumination, distress and dysregulated behaviours in vulnerable young people. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, accepted 17/6/2020. Moulding, R., Kings, C., & Knight, T. (2021). The things that make us: Self and object attachment in Hoarding and Compulsive Buying-Shopping Disorder. Current Opinion in Psychology, 39, 100-104. Yang, Y.H., Moulding, R., Wynton, S. K. A., *Jaeger, T., & Anglim, J. (in press). The role of feared self and inferential confusion in obsessive compulsive symptoms. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders. Kings, C., Moulding, R., Yap, K., Gazzola, R., &. Knight, T. (in press). Measuring Possessions as Extensions of Self and Links to Significant Others in Hoarding: The Possessions as Others and Self Inventory Journal of Behavioural Assessment. Fernandez, S., Sevil, C., & Moulding, R. (in press). “Feared self and Dimensions of Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms: Sexual Orientation-Obsessions, Relationship Obsessions, and general OCD symptoms. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders. Aardema, F., Radomsky, A., Moulding, R., Wong, S., Bourguignon, L, & Giraldo-O’Meara, M. (in press). Development and validation of the multidimensional version of the Fear of Self Questionnaire: Corrupted, culpable and malformed feared possible selves in obsessive-compulsive and body-dysmorphic symptoms. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy.