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Adrian

Adrian Mak Hin

NIHR Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow

Research interests

  • Mental Health

Contact details

Biography

Adrian joined King’s College London in 2019 as an undergraduate in BSc Psychology (Hons), of which he graduated from in 2023. Adrian worked as a placement student for the Psychometrics and Measurement Lab during the academic year 2021-2022. His studies revolved around misophonia and the development and validation of psychometric scales.

Adrian is currently an NIHR Pre-doctoral fellow, working under the supervision of Dr Vitoratou. The fellowship entails completing the MSc in Advanced Statistical Modelling and Health Informatics and a research project on identifying the correlates of misophonia and its relationship to other auditory and mental health disorders, under the supervision of Dr Vitoratou. This project aims to both provide evidence on the nomological network of misophonia.

 

Research Interests:

  • Misophonia
  • The development and validation of psychometric assessments and scales.

Teaching

 Adrian is currently acting as a teaching assistant for the ‘Introduction to Applied Statistical Methods’ course offered by the Psychometrics and Measurement Lab.

Research

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Psychometrics & Measurement Lab

Research in the Lab focuses on the methodology and applications of psychometrics, psychological measurement, mathematical psychology, and social statistics.

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Research

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Psychometrics & Measurement Lab

Research in the Lab focuses on the methodology and applications of psychometrics, psychological measurement, mathematical psychology, and social statistics.

Status not set

News

King's to partner on new Consortium to reduce the harmful consequences of violence

The five-year Consortium, ‘Violence, Health and Society’, has been awarded a £7 million UKPRP grant to provide world-leading data on violence, and identify...

domestic abuse