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GWNZ Charitable Trust – celebrates its fellows

Mevagh Sanson 2016 Fellow: Psychology
Mevagh, from Whangarei and Wellington, is using her NZFGW award to research the effectiveness and consequences of trigger warnings—a type of content warning. Trigger warnings summarise negative material a person is about to see and imply that viewing it could elicit symptoms of distress. Mevagh is currently studying towards a PhD in Psychology from Victoria University of Wellington, but is conducting part of her research at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, in New York City..Read Mevagh’s Mid-term Report

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Fellows' reports:

Grace Mills

Tessa Popay