Information related to research interest "Self concepts including evaluations"
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Faculty of Health Sciences
Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Professor Rhonda Craven is the Institute Director of the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at the Australian Catholic University. She is a highly accomplished researcher, having successfully secured over 7.9 million dollars in nationally and highly competitive funding for 49 large-scale research projects including 28 Australian Research Council grants. This performance is arguably one of the strongest for an Australian educational researcher. She is the recipient of the Meritorious Service to Public Education Award, the Betty Watts Award (Australian Association for Research in Education), the Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Research Supervision and Training, and the Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Social Justice Research. Her research interests include: the structure, measurement, development, and enhancement of self-concept and key psycho-social drivers of well-being and performance; the effective teaching of Indigenous Studies and Indigenous students; maximising life potential and enabling people to not just succeed but flourish in diverse settings; and interventions that make a tangible difference in educational and industry settings.
: 4657 (Strathfield) : Rhonda.Craven@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Psychology
My research spans a number of different areas of social psychology, personality and individual differences, and social cognition. My PhD was completed in the area of implicit social cognition and I have recently undertaken several projects exploring implicit and explicit prejudices. This research includes student projects and inter-university collaborations. I also have interests in the area of implicit self-cognitions, especially self-evaluations and cognitions about eating and body image. Most recently I have commenced research in the topic of embodied cognition (e.g., the effects of tactile sensations such as roughness on social behaviours such as donating to charity).
: 3015 (Melbourne) : email@example.com
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