Associate Professor in Psychology, CQUniversity Australia

Stephen was trained in England (BSc. Human Psychology, Aston University; M.Sc. Developmental Psychology, Manchester University; PhD. Social Psychology, University of Kent). He has previously held academic positions in England (University of Kent and London Business School) and Australia (Deakin University, University of New South Wales, and most recently at James Cook University where he was coordinator of the Professional Programs in Forensic Psychology). He also has several years of experience in commercial market research, including Senior Project Director at Roy Morgan Research. Current research interests are in sports anti-doping (with recent grants from The Department of Health and Ageing; The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; and the World Anti-Doping Agency) and also in the interrogation of suspects in police investigations.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor in Psychology, University of Canberra

Education

  • 1989 
    University of Kent at Canterbury, PhD, Psychology