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Profile: Dr Mathijs Lucassen

Dr Mathijs Lucassen

About me

I joined the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the Open University in August 2015.  I originally trained as an occupational therapist, and have worked clinically in mental health services in both England and New Zealand. Immediately prior to starting work at The Open University I worked as a lecturer and research fellow at the Department of Psychological Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Auckland.


Dr Mathijs Lucassen's research

Cathalijn H. C. Leenaars et al. (2019-09) Social Jet-Lag in Tertiary Students Following A Modern Curriculum with Few Time-Tabled Contact Hours: A Pilot Study, In Clocks & Sleep 3(1)

Mathijs F. G. Lucassen et al. (2019-02-13) 'A Support Net': Evaluating a novel mental health-related online educational tool, In International Society for Research on Internet Interventions - ISRII: The Next Generation

Emma Jane Jones, Rajvinder Samra and Mathijs F. G. Lucassen (2019) The world at their fingertips? The mental wellbeing of online distance-based law students, In Law Teacher 1(53)

Szu-Ying Chiang et al. (2019) Navigating double marginalisation: Migrant Chinese sexual and gender minority young people’s views on mental health challenges and supports, In Culture, Health and Sexuality 7(21)

Mathijs F. G. Lucassen et al. (2019) How do LGBT+ youth utilize the internet in relation to their mental health and envisage the use of e-therapy?, In JMIR Serious Games 4(6)

Mathijs F. G. Lucassen et al. (2019) Body size and weight, and the nutrition and activity behaviors of sexual and gender minority youth: Findings and implications from New Zealand, In Public Health Nutrition

Suzanne Mavoa et al. (2019) Natural neighbourhood environments and the emotional health of urban New Zealand adolescents, In Landscape and Urban Planning

Szu-Ying Chiang et al. (2018) From secrecy to discretion: The views of psychological therapists' on supporting Chinese sexual and gender minority young people, In Children and Youth Services Review(93)

Karen Howells and Mathijs F. G. Lucassen (2018-07) ‘Post-Olympic Blues’ –The Diminution of Celebrity in Olympic Athletes, In Psychology of Sport and Exercise(37)

T. Fleming et al. (2018-06) Beyond the trial: A systematic review of real-world uptake and engagement with digital self-help interventions for depression, low mood, or anxiety, In Journal of Medical Internet Research 6(20)

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