Michelle H. Lim, Ph.D.

Michelle H. Lim, Ph.D.

Michelle H. Lim (B.A., University of Melbourne; B.A. (Honors), Swinburne University, MPsych, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Ph.D., University of Melbourne) was postdoctoral research fellow from June 2011 to June 2013. Michelle's research interests include examining cognitive biases in psychopathology, subclinical psychotic symptoms, decision-making processes and emotional regulation processes. She is also interested how subjective loneliness can impact social functioning. Michelle utilizes ecological momentary assessment tools and cognitive assessment tools in her studies. While at the Anxiety and Psychotherapy Laboratory, Michelle ran studies examining the relationship between subclinical paranoia and social anxiety disorder with emphasis on overlapping cognitive biases that characterize the two populations. As of July 2013, Michelle is a postdoctoral research fellow at Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia.