Dr Michael Noetel - Nat Sch Exercise Science (Faculty of Health Sciences)
Accreditation in-progress - Supervisor is eligible to co-supervise with another fully accredited supervisor (Principal Supervisor)
How do we help people change their behaviour to make their lives better? How do we motivate them and teach them best for growth?
I work at the intersection of psychology, education, and health. I use the psychology of motivation and performance to identify ways of changing behaviour. I hope to use the science of learning to identify environments and ways of communicating that help people change. And I target behaviour change that improves people's health and wellbeing. I strive to create a challenging, motivating, and supportive environment for those I hope to help, not just my clients and potential research students.
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Psychology ; Education ; Health ; Health behaviour change ; Online Learning Application ;
Statistics ; Systematic reviews and meta-analyses ; Machine learning ; Online Data Collection ; Video-based research ;
- Square Eyes or All Lies? Understanding Children's Exposure to Screens. (Funded Grant) (Chief Investigator)
- iPLAY for Inclusion: Teachers working with children with intellectual disability. (Funded Grant) (Chief Investigator)
- Engaging students during the early years of secondary school. (Funded Grant) (Chief Investigator)
Joint physical-activity/screen-time trajectories during early childhood: socio-demographic predict- ors and consequences on health-related quality-of-life and socio-emotional, in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
Mindfulness and acceptance approaches to sporting performance enhancement: a systematic review, in International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Scaling-up an efficacious school-based physical activity intervention: Study protocol for the 'Internet-based Professional Learning to help teachers support Activity in Youth' (iPLAY) cluster randomized controlled trial and scale-up implementation evaluat, in BMC Public Health