Dr Bradley Elphinstone
Psychological Measurement; Social Psychology
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Associate Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
Trust, society, and the environment: I am part of the Social Psychology of Innovation research group, which investigates attitudes and trust towards a range of new technologies and approaches, including AI and renewables (e.g., hydrogen power). I'm open to working with students to develop projects in this area, including incorporating ideas from the area of mindfulness and equanimity which I have also published in.
Fields of Research
- Applied And Developmental Psychology - 520100
- Clinical And Health Psychology - 520300
- Cognitive And Computational Psychology - 520400
- Social And Personality Psychology - 520500
Psychological Measurement;Social Psychology
Also published as: Elphinstone, Bradley; Elphinstone, B.; Elphinstone, Brad
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2020: Towards a trusted genomic repository: Tackling commercialisation fears *; Genomics Health Futures Mission Project Grant
- 2013: Monitoring anxiety & depression in the Australian population over time: The development of an annual national Anxiety & Depression Monitor *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
* Chief Investigator
- 2020-04-08: Time well spent, not wasted: Video games are boosting well-being during the coronavirus lockdown - The Conversation
- 2018-10-19: Coping with failure - ABC Radio National
- 2018-10-09: Interview with ABC 774 Breakfast - ABC Radio Melbourne
- 2018-10-05: The Japanese art of kintsugi and how it can help with defeat in sport - The Conversation
- 2015-12-08: Want to spread Christmas joy? Ditch the stocking stuffers and give experiences instead. - The Drum
- 2015-05-01: Our anger at execution should extend to deeper outrages - Sydney Morning Herald
- 2014-11-27: The psychology behind the security laws - The Drum