Recent PhD Completions
Congratulations to our most recent PhD graduates:
- James Kirby whose thesis entitled "The Development and Evaluation of a Parenting Program for Grandparents: Grandparent Triple P" has been passed by the Graduate School. James was supervised by Matt Sanders.
- Carmen Spry, supervised by Matt Sanders, was awarded her PhD. Her thesis was entitled "Effects of a parenting intervention to promote a successful transition to parenthood".
- Jenny Liao was awarded her PhD with a thesis entitled "A social identity perspective to understanding transactive memory systems in teams". Jenny was supervised by Nerina Jimmieson.
- Will Harrison and his thesis supervisor Roger Remington. Thesis title: “Influences of Voluntary Eye Movements on Object Perception In Peripheral Vision.”
- Jessica Irons and her thesis supervisor Roger Remington. Thesis title: “In two minds: Multiple attentional control settings in visual search”.
- Theresa Scott and her thesis supervisor Nancy Pachana. Thesis title: “Examining the therapeutic effect of gardens and gardening activities for older adults residing in the community and in aged-care facilities.”
- Cassie Tellegen and her thesis supervisor Matt Sanders. Thesis title: “Parenting Children with Developmental Disabilities: Evaluation of the Stepping Stones Triple P-Positive Parenting Program.”
- Brooke Dougan has been awarded a PhD for her thesis entitled "Prospective neuropsychological assessment of sports-related concussion in adolescent athletes." Brooke was supervised by Gina Geffen.
- Amy Hawkes on the award of her PhD. Amy's thesis, entitled "Growing future leaders: The development of leadership aspirations" was supervised by Julie Duck.
- Fika Karnadewi has been awarded a PhD for her thesis entitled "Processing faces: The interaction between invariant and variant facial cues." Fika was supervised by Ottmar Lipp.
- Julie Hodges has been awarded a PhD for her thesis entitled "Implementation and evaluation of connXionz for boarding school staff." Julie was supervised by Alan Ralph and Jeanie Sheffield.
- Tania Xiao has been awarded a PhD for her work entitled "The Organizational Constraints Analysis framework: A formative approach to the analysis, modelling and design of organizations." Tania's supervisor was Penny Sanderson
- Nico Martin has been awarded a PhD. Nico's thesis entitled "Genetics of cognitive measures and correlated traits" was supervised by Professor Nick Martin at QIMR.
- Janine Oostenbroek - Janine's thesis is titled "Investigating the mechanism and function of neonatal imitation from a longitudinal perspective." Virginia Slaughter was her primary supervisor.
- Rachel McDonald - Rachel's thesis, supervised by Kelly Fielding, is titled "When norms collide: How conflicting and congruent ingroup norms influence environmental decision making."
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