Dr Ruth Tatnell

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

ruth.tatnell@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 45870

Publications

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2024

Digital safety plan effectiveness and use: Findings from a three-month longitudinal study

C Rainbow, R Tatnell, G Blashki, M Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, G Melvin

(2024), Vol. 333, pp. 115748-115748, Psychiatry Research, Ireland, C1

journal article

Classifying coping strategies from suicide prevention safety plans

Zoe Daglas, Sinh Lu, Daniel Gresham, Ruth Tatnell, Barbara Stanley, Glenn Melvin

(2024), SUICIDE AND LIFE-THREATENING BEHAVIOR, England, C1

journal article

Perceived Usefulness of Self-Guided Versus Collaborative Suicide Safety Plans in Online Help-Seekers

Christopher Rainbow, Ruth Tatnell, Grant Blashki, Glenn Melvin

(2024), pp. 1-7, Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Newburyport, MA, C1

journal article
2023

Covid-19 Lockdown and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: A Mixed Methods Analysis of NSSI During Australia's National Lockdown

R Tatnell, S Terhaag, G Melvin

(2023), Archives of Suicide Research, England, C1

journal article

Revisiting the factor structure of the suicide-related coping scale: Results from two samples of Australian online help-seekers

Christopher Rainbow, Ruth Tatnell, Grant Blashki, Glenn Melvin

(2023), Vol. 324, pp. 1-8, Psychiatry Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2022

Resilience and non-suicidal self-injury in LGBTQIA+ people: Targets for prevention and intervention

C Watson, R Tatnell

(2022), Vol. 41, pp. 307-314, Current Psychology, C1

journal article

A Phenomenological Investigation into Cyberbullying as Experienced by People Identifying as Transgender or Gender Diverse

S Evelyn, E Clancy, B Klettke, R Tatnell

(2022), Vol. 19, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Switzerland, C1

journal article
2021

Opening the black box of daily life in nonsuicidal self-injury research: With great opportunity comes great responsibility

G Kiekens, K Robinson, R Tatnell, O Kirtley

(2021), Vol. 8, JMIR Mental Health, Canada, C1

journal article
2020

Assessing the availability and efficacy of LGBTQI specific suicide prevention programs.

Glenn Melvin, Ruth Tatnell, Elizabeth Clancy, Rachel Bush, Christopher Pepping, Nina Zanetti, Petra Staiger

(2020), Sydney, N.S.W., A6

research report/technical paper
2018

Emotional responding in NSSI: examinations of appraisals of positive and negative emotional stimuli, with and without acute stress

R Tatnell, P Hasking, O Lipp, M Boyes, J Dawkins

(2018), Vol. 32, pp. 1304-1316, Cognition and emotion, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

Multiple mediation modelling exploring relationships between specific aspects of attachment, emotion regulation, and non-suicidal self-injury

R Tatnell, P Hasking, L Newman

(2018), Vol. 70, pp. 48-56, Australian journal of psychology, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article
2017

Attachment, emotion regulation, childhood abuse and assault: examining predictors of NSSI among adolescents

R Tatnell, P Hasking, L Newman, J Taffe, G Martin

(2017), Vol. 21, pp. 610-620, Archives of suicide research, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article
2015

Emotion regulation, the anterior cingulate cortex and non-suicidal self-injury

R Tatnell, P Hasking

(2015), pp. 163-178, Culture and Cognition: A Collection of Critical Essays, B1-1

book chapter

Adolescents' reactions to participating in ethically sensitive research: A prospective self-report study

P Hasking, R Tatnell, G Martin

(2015), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2014

Longitudinal analysis of adolescent NSSI: The role of intrapersonal and interpersonal factors

R Tatnell, L Kelada, P Hasking, G Martin

(2014), Vol. 42, pp. 885-896, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Industry and Other Funding

An Evaluation of BeyondNow Version 2

A/Prof Glenn Melvin, Dr Ruth Tatnell

Beyondblue Grant - Research

  • 2021: $29,173
  • 2020: $20,000

Assessing the availability and efficacy of LGBTQI specific suicide prevention programs.

A/Prof Glenn Melvin, Dr Ruth Tatnell, A/Prof Petra Staiger, Dr Rachel Bush, Dr Elizabeth Clancy

The Sax Institute

  • 2020: $25,000

Risk and Protective factors for Suicide Prevention in the LGBTQIA + community.

Dr Ruth Tatnell, A/Prof Glenn Melvin

Macquarie Street Psychology

  • 2021: $4,545

Supporting the mental health and social connections of Australian Defence Force personnel and their families during the transition from service to veterans: A pilot evaluation of the Villy Program

A/Prof Petra Staiger, A/Prof Rebecca Giallo, Prof Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, A/Prof Glenn Melvin, Dr Ruth Tatnell

Villy Australia Pty Ltd

  • 2024: $18,181

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report