Dr Elizabeth Roxburgh


NameDr Elizabeth Roxburgh
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Psychology
Research instituteSchool Of Psychology And Life Sciences

Research outputs

Flow, liminality, and eudaimonia: Pagan ritual practice as a gateway to a life with meaning

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. and Roxburgh, E. C. 2020. Flow, liminality, and eudaimonia: Pagan ritual practice as a gateway to a life with meaning. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

Pagan spellcasting: discovering the homogenous among the heterogenous

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. Pagan spellcasting: discovering the homogenous among the heterogenous.

Reframing voices and visions using a spiritual model: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of anomalous experiences in mediumship

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2014. Reframing voices and visions using a spiritual model: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of anomalous experiences in mediumship.

Phantom limbs in the therian community

Clegg, H. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. Phantom limbs in the therian community.

Making magic(k): esential aspects of successful neo-pagan spell work

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. Making magic(k): esential aspects of successful neo-pagan spell work.

Exploring the meaning in meaningful coincidences

Roxburgh, E. and Ridgeway, S. 2014. Exploring the meaning in meaningful coincidences.

The effects of pagan healing practices on health and wellbeing

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2013. The effects of pagan healing practices on health and wellbeing.

Clinical parapsychology: counselling experiences of clients who report anomalous experiences and the training needs of therapists

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2016. Clinical parapsychology: counselling experiences of clients who report anomalous experiences and the training needs of therapists.

"They daren't tell people": therapists' experiences of working with clients who report anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. 2016. "They daren't tell people": therapists' experiences of working with clients who report anomalous experiences.

Latest research on anomalous experience

Roxburgh, E. 2016. Latest research on anomalous experience.

Magical flow: comparing the flow experience to the ASC of pagan magical ritual work

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2015. Magical flow: comparing the flow experience to the ASC of pagan magical ritual work.

Noncontact healing: what does the research tell us?

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2015. Noncontact healing: what does the research tell us?

Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigate anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigate anomalous experiences.

A transpersonal exploration of epilepsy and its numinous, cosmic states

King, L., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2015. A transpersonal exploration of epilepsy and its numinous, cosmic states.

Testing the pagan prescription: using a randomised controlled trial to investigate pagan spell casting as a form of distant healing

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. Testing the pagan prescription: using a randomised controlled trial to investigate pagan spell casting as a form of distant healing.

"Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. "Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences.

Investigating pagan healing spells

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2015. Investigating pagan healing spells.

The dreamy state: an autoethnography of spritual meaning in epilepsy

King, L., Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2015. The dreamy state: an autoethnography of spritual meaning in epilepsy.

"Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. "Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences.

"Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. "Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences.

"Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2015. "Most people think you're a fruit loop": an exploratory study of clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences.

Counselling for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2014. Counselling for anomalous experiences.

A transpersonal understanding of experience of spirituality in individuals with epilepsy

Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. A transpersonal understanding of experience of spirituality in individuals with epilepsy.

What can we learn from an exploration of the phenomenology of spiritualist mental mediumship?

Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. What can we learn from an exploration of the phenomenology of spiritualist mental mediumship?

Synchronicity in the clinical setting

Roxburgh, E. and Ridgway, S. 2014. Synchronicity in the clinical setting.

Paganism in practice: finding the homogeneous within the hetereogeneous

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. Paganism in practice: finding the homogeneous within the hetereogeneous.

Monkeys' paws, poppets, sheep and goats; or the necessary components of successful spells

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. Monkeys' paws, poppets, sheep and goats; or the necessary components of successful spells.

Clinical parapsychology in the UK: counselling for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. 2014. Clinical parapsychology in the UK: counselling for anomalous experiences.

Testing the pagan prescription: using a randomised controlled trial to investigate pagan spell casting as a form of noncontact healing

Sonnex, C., Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. C. 2020. Testing the pagan prescription: using a randomised controlled trial to investigate pagan spell casting as a form of noncontact healing. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2019.0279

Therianthropy: well-being, schizotypy and autism in individuals who self- identify as non-human

Clegg, H., Collings, R. and Roxburgh, E. 2019. Therianthropy: well-being, schizotypy and autism in individuals who self- identify as non-human. Society & Animals. 27 (4), pp. 403-426. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685306-12341540

'It's about having exposure to this': investigating the training needs of therapists in relation to the issue of anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. E. 2016. 'It's about having exposure to this': investigating the training needs of therapists in relation to the issue of anomalous experiences. 4 (5), pp. 540-549. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2016.1213375

'They daren’t tell people': therapists' experiences of working with clients who report anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R. E. 2016. 'They daren’t tell people': therapists' experiences of working with clients who report anomalous experiences. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling. 18 (2), pp. 123-141. https://doi.org/10.1080/13642537.2016.1170059

'Most people think you're a fruit loop': clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences

Roxburgh, E. and Evenden, R.E. 'Most people think you're a fruit loop': clients' experiences of seeking support for anomalous experiences. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 16 (3), pp. 211-221. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12077

Synchronicity in the therapeutic setting: a survey of practitioners

Roxburgh, E., Ridgway, S. and Roe, C. A. 2015. Synchronicity in the therapeutic setting: a survey of practitioners. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 16 (1), pp. 44-53. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12057

Exploring the meaning in meaningful coincidences: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of synchronicity in therapy

Roxburgh, E., Ridgway, S. and Roe, C. A. 2015. Exploring the meaning in meaningful coincidences: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of synchronicity in therapy. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling. 17 (2), pp. 144-161. https://doi.org/10.1080/13642537.2015.1027784

Two meta-analyses of noncontact healing studies

Roe, C. A., Sonnex, C. and Roxburgh, E. 2015. Two meta-analyses of noncontact healing studies. Explore. 11 (1), pp. 11-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2014.10.001

An interpretative phenomenological analysis of identity in the therian community

Grivell, T., Clegg, H. and Roxburgh, E. 2014. An interpretative phenomenological analysis of identity in the therian community. Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research. 14 (2), pp. 113-135. https://doi.org/10.1080/15283488.2014.891999

A mixed methods approach to mediumship research

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2014. A mixed methods approach to mediumship research. in: Rock, A. J. (ed.) The Survival Hypothesis: Essays on Mediumship McFarland & Co.

Non-parapsychological explanations of ostensible mediumship

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2014. Non-parapsychological explanations of ostensible mediumship. in: Rock, A. J. (ed.) The Survival Hypothesis: Essays on Mediumship McFarland & Co. pp. 65-78

Reframing voices and visions using a spiritual model. An interpretative phenomenological analysis of anomalous experiences in mediumship.

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2014. Reframing voices and visions using a spiritual model. An interpretative phenomenological analysis of anomalous experiences in mediumship. Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 17 (6), pp. 641-653. https://doi.org/10.1080/13674676.2014.894007

An overview of cold reading strategies

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2013. An overview of cold reading strategies. in: Moreman, C. M. (ed.) The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and Around the World: Volume 2: Evidence and Beliefs California Praeger. pp. 177-203

"Say from whence you owe this strange intelligence": investigating explanatory systems of spiritualist mental mediumship using interpretative phenomenological analysis

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2013. "Say from whence you owe this strange intelligence": investigating explanatory systems of spiritualist mental mediumship using interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies. 32 (1), pp. 27-42. https://doi.org/10.24972/ijts.2013.32.1.27

A survey of dissociation, boundary-thinness, and psychological wellbeing in spiritualist mental mediumship

Roxburgh, E. and Roe, C. A. 2011. A survey of dissociation, boundary-thinness, and psychological wellbeing in spiritualist mental mediumship. Journal of Parapsychology. 75 (2), pp. 279-299.
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