Who We Are Our Staff Dr Russell Deighton Senior Lecturer Dr biol hum (PhD) DiplPsych (Masters) ClinPsych BA(Hons) MAPS Teaches in Psychology Dr Deighton received his doctorate in 2002 from the University of Ulm in Germany and has extensive training and education in clinical psychology and psychotherapy. He is a clinical psychologist with over 16 years of experience in academic and clinical settings in Australia and in Germany. He specialises in trauma, loss and grief, problem gambling, and has a particular interest in emotional processes. Dr Deighton is a former lecturer at the University of Ulm in Germany, and a former Head of School of the Cairnmillar School of Counselling and Psychotherapy. He currently works in private practice, in addition to lecturing and training in psychology. Expertise Trauma; Loss and Grief; Problem Gambling; Ethics and Professional Practice; Emotional Processes. Research Interests Dr Deighton’s current research interests include sensorimotor and emotional processes in trauma; problem gambling; and loss and grief. Recent Publications and Presentations Braun, M., Kessler, Frisch, Widder, B. Deighton, R.M. & Traue, H.C. (2005). Emotion recognition in stroke patients with left and right hemispheric lesion – Results with a new method – the FEEL test. Brain and Cognition. Deighton, R. & Traue H. C. (2005) Emotional Inhibition and Somatization across cultures. International Revue of Social Psychology 18(1/2), 109-140 Deighton, R.M & Traue, H.C. (2003). Emotion und Kultur im Spiegel emotionalen Wissens. In: A. Stephan & H. Walter. Natur und Theorie der Emotion. Paderborn: Mentis Verlag. Deighton, R.M. (2003). Culture, emotional inhibition and somatization. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, 63(11-B), 55-66. Retz-Junginger, P., M. Rossler, W. Retz R.M. Deighton & Traue, H.C. (2005) Metagedachtnisleistungen bei Alzheimerpatienten. Fortschr-itte der Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 73, 327-332 Traue, Harald C., Manfred Kessler, Russell M. Deighton und Christa Eckenfels (2005) Alltagsstress, emotionale Befindlichkeit, Hemmung und chronische Kopfschmerzen: Zeitreihenstatistische Analyse von 31 Einzelfallen, Verhaltenstherapie und Verhaltensmedizin,26(2), 213–239.