Danielle Herreen

Danielle Herreen

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Psychology

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences


I am currently completing a combined Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Psychology (Clinical) program under the supervision of Dr Ian Zajac, Associate Professor Simon Rice, and Dr Lynn Ward, in partnership with the CSIRO at SAHMRI. I am broadly interested in research and practice relating to lifespan development, mood and anxiety disorders, men's health, and ageing. My PhD is exploring how depressive symptomology differs for men and women across the lifespan, with a particular focus on improving our understanding and assessment of depressive symptomology in older men.

I am a combined Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Psychology (Clinical) Candidate, in partnership with CSIRO Health & Biosecurity at SAHMRI. My research is focusing on better understanding and assessing externalising depressive symptomology in men across the lifespan to better recognise and facilitate treatment for males experiencing mental health difficulties.  

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2019 Zajac, I., Herreen, D., Bastiaans, K., Dhillon, V., & Fenech, M. (2019). The effect of whey and soy protein isolates on cognitive function in older australians with low vitamin B<inf>12</inf>: A randomised controlled crossover trial. Nutrients, 11(1), 13 pages.
    DOI Scopus2 WoS1 Europe PMC1
    2018 Herreen, D., & Zajac, I. T. (2018). The Reliability and Validity of a Self-Report Measure of Cognitive Abilities in Older Adults: More Personality than Cognitive Function.. Journal of Intelligence, 6(1), 1-15.
    DOI Scopus8 Europe PMC1
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  • Committee Memberships

    Date Role Committee Institution Country
    2018 - ongoing Representative School of Psychology Research Committee University of Adelaide Australia
    2018 - ongoing Representative College of Clinical Psychologists - SA Australian Psychological Society Australia
  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2018 - ongoing Member Australian Psychological Society Australia

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