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.
PhD topics and outlines
Nonattachment, mindfulness, equanimity: This is much the same area as mentioned for Honours projects. A PhD permits far greater exploration, and the ability to add to or redefine existing concepts. I am more than happy to work with PhD students to design a project that fits with their interests.
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
Approach to supervision: The topic area provided is an example of my area of interest. I am more than happy to work with students in this area, or related areas, to develop a project which is more closely aligned with your interests.
Nonattachment, mindfulness, equanimity and their applications in a range of areas.: The topic area provided is an example of my area of interest. I am more than happy to work with students in this area, or related areas, to develop a project which is more closely aligned with your interests.
Fields of Research
- Applied And Developmental Psychology - 520100
- Biological Psychology - 520200
- Clinical And Health Psychology - 520300
- Cognitive And Computational Psychology - 520400
- Social And Personality Psychology - 520500
Psychological Measurement;Sport Psychology;Psychological Measurement;Sport 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