Research Fellow at BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Monash University
Kim completed her PhD in Behavioural Science - Environment at Monash University, exploring the role of media in turning the social tide on plastic avoidance. Kim’s research experience lies in the area of social and government research where she has worked with a number of large organisations and departments such as DELWP, Sustainability Victoria, DHHS, and Australia Post.
Kim has been involved in a variety of research projects. In recent years, she has started to specialise in environmental behaviour change and is currently overseeing a large multi-year research collaboration on Responsible Consumption. Her main area of interest is minimising the impact of human behaviour on the natural world, particularly related to material consumption and conservation.
In addition to her research roles, Kim is a member of Zoos Victoria's Science Advisory Committee and Plastic Oceans Australasia's Technical Advisory Panel.
Rsearch Fellow (BehaviourWorks Australia), Monash University
Research Consultant, The Social Research Centre
Research Consultant, UltraFeedback
Research Assistant/Tutor, Monash University
Monash University, PhD in Environmental Behaviour Change
Monash University , BA (Hons) in Behavioural Studies
Monash University, BA in Behavioural Studies & Anthropology
Social norms and plastic avoidance: Testing the theory of normative social behaviour on an environmental behaviour, Journal of Consumer Behaviour
Pat, Play, and Pay: Trialing a Pay-What-You-Want Model for an Up-Close Animal Encounter, Journal of Applied Social Science
Edge of Extinction (fiction), E.L. Marker, WiDo Publishing
Ambulances are for emergencies: shifting behaviour through a research-informed behaviour change campaign, Health Research Policy and Systems
Short message service reminders to parents for increasing adolescent human papillomavirus vaccination rates in a secondary school vaccine program: a randomized control trial, Journal of Adolescent Health
Communication-based interventions for increasing influenza vaccination rates among Aboriginal children: A randomised controlled trial, Vaccine
The INSPIRE Framework: how public administrators can increase compliance with written requests using behavioral techniques, Public Administration Review
Ambulances are for emergencies: shifting attitudes through a research-informed behaviour change campaign, Health Research Policy and Systems
Digital inclusion and online behaviour: five typologies of Australian internet users, Behaviour & Information Technology
Digital Inclusion & Health Communication: A Rapid Review of Literature, Health Communication
The Online Panels Benchmarking Study: A Total Survey Error comparison of findings from Probability-based surveys and Non-probability online panel surveys in Australia, CSRM Methods Series
People and Nature Alliance (PANA)
Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS)