Dr Gill Terrett - Nat Sch Psychology (Faculty of Health Sciences)

Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor

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Educational and developmental psychology. Sub-topics including: temperament, social and emotional development in children, family functioning and peer relations

Contact

Phone :(03) 9953 3121 (Melbourne)
Email :Gill.Terrett@acu.edu.au
URIs : Staff Directory Profile

Research Interests

Educational ; Developmental Psychology ; Temperament ; Peer Relations ; Emotion ; Social and Emotional Development in Children ; Family Functioning ; Social ;

Methods Expertise

No research method is currently recorded.

Research Projects

No research project is currently recorded.

Selected Publications

2010

The Association of Temperament ans Child Care Characteristics with Social Skills in Preschool-Age children, in Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society Psychology of Relationships Interest Group

The association of temperament, social skills, family functioning, and attachment to friendship quality in middle childhood, in Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society Psychology of Relationships Interest Group

2009

Effect of delay on children's delay-execute prospective memory performance, in Cognitive Development (print version)

2008

The changing reality of research education in Australia and the implications for supervision: A review of the literature, in Teaching in Higher Education

2006

The association between parenting characteristics and adolescent identity development and moral development, in Relationships - Near and Far: Proceedings of the Australian Psychological Society's Psychology of Relationships Interest Group 6th Annual Conference

2005

The association of the parent-child attachment relationship; self-efficacy; and personality factors to adjustment to university for the first-year students, in Proceedings of the 40th APS Annual Conference

2004

The role of interactions between parents and children in social skills development in children, in Relationship transitions proceedings of the Australian Psychological Society's Psychology of relationships interest groups 4th annual conference

Attraction for outgroup members: Is there a role for attitude importance and attitude similarity?, in Relationships Transitions. Proceedings of the Australian Psychological Society's Psychology of Relationships Interest Group 4th Annual Conference

2002

Are occupational gender stereotypes more or less extreme than the dominant gender in that occupation?, in Relationships: At Home; At Work and Abroad. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Australian Psychology of Relationships Conference