David is an Honorary Academic at the School of Arts and Humanities.
PHD - Psychology, Edith Cowan University.
Bachelor of Arts Honours, England.
Master of Applied Science, Scotland.
Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 2004.
, Curtin University of Technology, 1994.
Recent Research Grants
Domestic Violence, Substance Use and Mental Health, PhD, Department for Child Protection, Grant,
2006 - 2010, $42,644.
Staff Climate Survey 2010, Department of Corrective Services WA, Grant,
Fit for Life Workplace Health Promotion, WA Police , Grant,
2006 - 2007, $36,228.
Development of culturally sensitive clinical assessment compendium, WA Transcultural Mental Health Centre, Grant,
2003 - 2004, $41,636.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Maynard, R., Ryder, D., Taylor, M., (2016), Adolescent-to-parent violence: A review of profession responses, the efficacy of these response and how they are viewed by parent-victims. Crime and violence prevention: Moving beyond hot-stove policing and perpetrator rehabilitation, 159-175, New York, USA, Nova Science Publishers.
McLaughlin, B., Ryder, D., Taylor, M., (2017), Effectiveness of Interventions for Grandparent Caregivers: A Systematic Review. Marriage and Family Review, 53(6), 509-531, Routledge, DOI: 10.1080/01494929.2016.1177631.
Grbic, J., Goddard, P., Ryder, D., (2017), Observations of the role of science in the United States medical cannabis state policies: Lessons learnt. International Journal of Drug Policy, 42(April 2017), 109-114, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Elsevier B.V., DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2016.12.019.
Research Student Supervision
Doctor of Philosophy, Medical cannabis in the united states: Policy, politics and science
Doctor of Philosophy, Utilization of health and medical service: Factors influencing health care seeking behaviour and unmet health needs in rural areas of Kenya
Doctor of Philosophy, Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed retirees: Developing and testing a clinical treatment manual
Doctor of Psychology, An analysis of treatment retention and attrition in an Australian therapeutic community for substance abuse treatment
Master of Health Science, The negotiation practices and the experiences of everyday life with obsessive compulsive disorder.