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Dr. Ashleigh J. Kelly
  – Senior Research Technician, Project Manager, and Web Designer

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Dr. Ashleigh J. Kelly
Room:
McElwain Building (24A)
Email:
Phone:
+614 2875 2605
Fax:
+617 3365 4466
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Postal Address:

Alternate email: email@ashleighkelly.com


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Dr. Ashleigh J. Kelly
Qualifications:

Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), 2017

Bachelor of Psychological Science, Hons I, 2010

 

Professional Activities:

 

Conference Presentations:

Kelly, A. J., & Barlow, F. K. (2015). An evolutionary perspective on mate rejection. Presented at the 44th Conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Newcastle, Australia.

Kelly, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., & Barlow, F. K. (2013). Dangerous Dominants: Socially dominant men respond to romantic rejection with aggression, violence and persistence. Presented at the 42nd Conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Cairns, Australia.

 

Peer Reviews:

Ad hoc reviewer Group Processes & Intergroup Relations

 

Research Assistant Roles:

Senior Research Technician (School of Psychology) for the Social Identity and Groups Network (SIGN; Current)

Volunteer Research Assistant to Nicole Erlich (2009)

  • Resulting Publication: Erlich, N., Lipp, O. V., & Slaughter, V. (2013). Of hissing snakes and angry voices: Human infants are differentially responsive to evolutionary fear-relevant sounds. Developmental Science, 16(6), 894-904.

 

Professional Memberships:

International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR)

 

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Dr. Ashleigh J. Kelly
Research Activities:

Professional Memberships:

International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR)

Social Identity and Groups Network (SIGN)

 

Representative Publications:

Journal Articles:

Kelly, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., & Barlow, F. K. (2016). An evolutionary perspective on mate rejection. Evolutionary Psychology, 14(4), 1-13. (PDF)

  • Press Coverage: Psychology and Psychiatry Journal (February, 2017). Atlanta, GA: NewsRx.

Kelly, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., & Barlow, F. K. (2015). Social dominance orientation predicts heterosexual men's adverse reactions to romantic rejection. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44(4), 903-919. Impact Factor: 2.704.

Lee, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., Kelly, A. J., von Hippel, W., Brooks, R. C., & Zietsch, B. P. (2012). Human facial attributes, but not perceived intelligence, are used as cues of health and resource provision potential. Behavioral Ecology, 24(3), 779-787.

Kelly, A. J., & Dux, P. E. (2011). Different attentional blink tasks reflect distinct information processing limitations: An individual differences approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37(6), 1867–1873

 

Book Chapters:

Kelly, A. J. (in press). Circumventing Mate Choice. In T. K. Shackelford & V. A. Weekes-Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. 

*Dubbs, S. L., *Kelly, A. J., & Barlow, F. K. (2015). Ravishing rivals: Female intrasexual competition and cosmetic surgery. In M. L. Fisher (Ed.), Oxford handbook of women and competition. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199376377.013.35 *Authors contributed equally.

 

Published Abstracts:

Dux, P. E., & Kelly, A. J. (2012). Different attentional blink tasks reflect distinct information processing limitations: An individual differences approach. Journal of Vision, 12(9), 1329

 

Dissertations:

Kelly, A. J. (2017). A social and evolutionary psychological approach to understanding human mate rejection and aggression. Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Australia.

Kelly, A. J. (2010). Different attentional blink tasks reflect distinct information processing limitations: An individual differences approach. Honours dissertation, The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Australia.

 

Pending Decisions:

Kelly, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., Barlow, F. K., & Zietsch, B. P. (2017). Male and female nipples as a test case for the assumption that functional features vary less than nonfunctional byproducts. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Fong, P., Haslam, C., Lam, B., Steffens, N., Jetten, J., Haslam, S. A., Cruwys, T., & Kelly, A. J. (2016). Adjusting to life change in retirement: How new group memberships support adjustment and well-being. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

In Preparation:

Cruwys, T., Weekes, M., Kelly, A. J., Platow, M. J., & Drury, J. (2017). Risk-taking facilitates the development of shared social identity by enhancing trust. Manuscript in preparation.

Dubbs, S. L., Magi-Prowse, M., Kelly, A. J., Hildebrand, E., Murphy, S. C., & Barlow, F. K. (2017). Individual differences in intrasexual competition predict differential risk-taking behaviors in women and men. Manuscript in preparation.

Haslam, C., Best, D. W., Dingle, G., Staiger, P., Savic, M., Bathish, R., Mackenzie, J., Beckwith, M., Kelly, A. J., & Lubman, D. I. (2017). Social resources at the Therapeutic Community tipping point: Social identity predicts recovery potential and well-being when entering residential treatment for alcohol and other drug addiction. Manuscript in preparation.

Kelly, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., & Barlow, F. K. (2017). Understanding the role of social dominance orientation in women and men’s aggressive responses to rejection. Manuscript in preparation.

Course Tutor:
  • Semester 2, 2011
    COMU1030 - Communication Skills: SpokenLanguage & Interpersonal

Note: Coordinator roles prior to 2009 and tutor roles prior to 2006 are not included.

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