Dr Julie Ji
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Dr Julie Ji

Lecturer in Psychology

School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)

Biography

Biography

Qualifications

BA (Media & Communications), 2008, University of Sydney

MSc (Social Psychology), 2009, London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)

Honours (Psychology), 2012, University of Western Australia

PhD (Psychology), 2018, Medical Research Council Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit (MRC-CBU), University of Cambridge

Publications

Publications

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Pellas J, Renner F, Ji JL & Damberg M (2022) 'Telephone-Based Behavioral Activation with Mental Imagery for Depression in Older Adults in Isolation During the covid-19 Pandemic: Long-term Results from a Pilot Trial' Clinical Gerontologist 1-7 , DOI
Attwell K, Roberts L & Ji J (2022) 'COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Attitudes and Effects on Holdouts in a Large Australian University Population' International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, (16) 10130-10130 , DOI
Ji JL, Basanovic J & MacLeod C (2022) 'Social activity promotes resilience against loneliness in depressed individuals: a study over 14-days of physical isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia' Scientific Reports 12, (1) , DOI
Pellas J, Renner F, Ji JL & Damberg M (2021) 'Telephone‐based behavioral activation with mental imagery for depression: A pilot randomized clinical trial in isolated older adults during the Covid‐19 pandemic' International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 37, (1) , DOI
Ji JL, Geiles D & Saulsman LM (2021) 'Mental imagery-based episodic simulation amplifies motivation and behavioural engagement in planned reward activities' Behaviour Research and Therapy 145, 103947-103947 , DOI
Ji JL, Baee S, Zhang D, Calicho-Mamani CP, Meyer MJ, Funk D, Portnow S, Barnes L & Teachman BA (2021) 'Multi-session online interpretation bias training for anxiety in a community sample' Behaviour Research and Therapy 142, 103864-103864 , DOI
Ji JL, Murphy FC, Grafton B, MacLeod C & Holmes EA (2021) 'Emotional mental imagery generation during spontaneous future thinking: relationship with optimism and negative mood' Psychological Research 86, (2) 617-626 , DOI
Singh L, Espinosa L, Ji JL, Moulds ML & Holmes EA (2020) 'Developing thinking around mental health science: the example of intrusive, emotional mental imagery after psychological trauma' Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 25, (5) 348-363 , DOI
Ji JL, Meyer MJ & Teachman BA (2020) 'Facilitating Episodic Simulation in Anxiety: Role of Sensory Scaffolding and Scenario Modality' International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 13, (2) 83-111 , DOI
Saulsman LM, Ji JL & Mcevoy PM (2019) 'The essential role of mental imagery in cognitive behaviour therapy: What is old is new again' Australian Psychologist 54, (4) 237-244 , DOI
Renner F, Murphy FC, Ji JL, Manly T & Holmes EA (2019) 'Mental imagery as a “motivational amplifier” to promote activities' Behaviour Research and Therapy 114, 51-59 , DOI
Ji JL, Kavanagh DJ, Holmes EA, MacLeod C & Di Simplicio M (2019) 'Mental imagery in psychiatry: conceptual & clinical implications' CNS Spectrums 24, (1) 114-126 , DOI
Ji JL, Holmes EA, MacLeod C & Murphy FC (2018) 'Spontaneous cognition in dysphoria: reduced positive bias in imagining the future' Psychological Research 83, (4) 817-831 , DOI
Ji JL, Grafton B & MacLeod C (2017) 'Referential focus moderates depression-linked attentional avoidance of positive information' Behaviour Research and Therapy 93, 47-54 , DOI
Ji JL, Holmes EA & Blackwell SE (2017) 'Seeing light at the end of the tunnel: Positive prospective mental imagery and optimism in depression' Psychiatry Research 247, 155-162 , DOI
Ji JL, Heyes SB, MacLeod C & Holmes EA (2016) 'Emotional Mental Imagery as Simulation of Reality: Fear and Beyond—A Tribute to Peter Lang' Behavior Therapy 47, (5) 702-719 , DOI
Renner F, Ji JL, Pictet A, Holmes EA & Blackwell SE (2016) 'Effects of Engaging in Repeated Mental Imagery of Future Positive Events on Behavioural Activation in Individuals with Major Depressive Disorder' Cognitive Therapy and Research 41, (3) 369-380 , DOI