Information related to research method "RCT, mixed method"
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Faculty of Health Sciences
Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Professor Alexander Yeung is Deputy Director of IPPE and the Program Director for IPPEa??s Positive Education research program. He is an internationally acclaimed expert in educational research who has demonstrated expertise in quantitative and qualitative methods, and is widely published in the most prestigious journals in education studies and educational psychology. He has a strong track record of effectively and successfully conducting large-scale longitudinal research with mixed-method approaches. He has published 7 books, 15 chapters in edited books, 84 refereed journal articles, and presented over 144 papers at international conferences, and his publications are well cited. He is a registered teacher, a registered psychologist, a professional translator, a linguist, an international coach and referee in volleyball, and an educational researcher. In teaching, he has taught in various educational settings from preschool to tertiary levels, including higher degree research programs, high schools, associate degree programs, teacher education institutions, childrena??s play groups, adult education programs, and a police cadet training school. He has taught a wide range of school subjects such as English as a second language, science, physical education, and art. He has taught over 2000 students in teacher education, including more than 100 school principals, and has supervised over 10 Ph.D. students.
: 4659 (North Sydney) : Alexander.Yeung@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Psychology
Dr Lorenzetti's research focuses on investigating the neurocognitive mechanisms of addiction and mental health using advanced neuroimaging techniques, multi-site international neuroimaging consortia, RCTs and longitudinal study designs.
Dr Lorenzetti welcomes any new national and international exchange/visiting students, and prospective PhD students interested in getting experience / driving research projects in the areas of neuroimaging, addiction and mental health.
Her research focuses on distinct streams including unpacking
(i) whether recreational use vs dependence on substances have a distinct neural signature,
(ii) the role of gender differences in substance use neurobiology,
(iii) the role of distinct neuroprotective and neurotoxic cannabinoids on the brain and mental health,
(iv) the effect of mindfulness-based interventions in recovering aberrant neurobiology in addiction and in alleviating dependence symptoms.
She is also interested in using neurofeedback and VR techniques as engaging evidence-based interventions in addiction.
: +61392308088 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
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