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Lisa Novoradovskaya
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HPBM Research Group Feb 19
New paper alert! “Exploring medication adherence amongst Australian adults using an extended theory of planned behaviour” 👏🏻💊
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Aug 11
Dear Tweeps, I am asking for some recommendations again. Does anyone know a good article that reports a mixed methods study, where interviews inform the development of intervention (NOT feasibility study)? Can be health or general psychology, any behaviour really. Thank you!
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Jul 28
That would be terrific, Mat, thanks so much!!!
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Jul 26
The summary of surveys just generally talk about science and technology, not really how much trust is there in psychology. Do you have anything available in that direction?
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Jul 25
That's interesting, Mat, thank you. Do you have the link to the report by any chance?
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Jul 25
Hi tweeps, I am looking for papers describing the current level of trust of community/lay people/consumers in psychological science. Any recommendations? Thank you!
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Dr Emily Kothe Jun 2
Come work with me! We just advertised Level A (Associate Lecturer) and one Level B (Lecturer) position in the School of Psychology. Both are 2 year contracts and would suit someone with online and face-to-face teaching experience.
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Charles Ogunbode May 16
Job opportunity: 3 year Post-doctoral Researcher position at University of Bergen, Norway. Project titled: "Targeting mental models of climate change to facilitate climate action". Research involves fieldwork in Africa. Follow link for details:
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Wouter Poortinga has re-discovered Dolly Parton May 7
Job opportunity: PostDoc in at on socio-economic factors affecting the Lake Victoria ecosystem. Includes field work in and . Application deadline: 3 June 2019
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Lisa Novoradovskaya May 8
When your friends are FAMEous
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Stephanie Kaylor Apr 25
I, too, have had five jobs in wildly divergent industries not because I’m quirky and eclectic but because we live in a post-industrial neoliberal hellscape
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 27
Denmark owes me quite some cinammon. Bring it on.
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 26
Great talk by : apparently, expecting the worst is not the best strategy for emotional regulation long-term. Maybe I need to re-evaluate my cynic worldview!
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PhDisillusionment Apr 25
Quick tips on how to improve your : 1) Be white 2) Be a man 3) Grow a beard, preferably a salt & pepper one to show you're distinguished 4) Don't teach any classes at 8:00 a.m. 5) Only teach upper-level electives for majors 6) Buy snacks, then bring to class
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 26
That's some sort of a new personal record for my talk: 4 people in the audience (3 of them presenters)
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Melissa Price Apr 23
My lab just hit a milestone - 4 paper rejections in 2 weeks! To celebrate this milestone we're having a rejection party in our next lab meeting. Suggestions welcome! Ready go...
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Dr Nisreen Alwan Apr 24
I used to be called ‘too sensitive’ as a criticism so I believed it’s a negative personality trait I needed to overcome. With age/experience/reading I realised it’s just a synonym for ‘emotionally intelligent’. Anyone out there being called -it’s actually an asset👍🏼
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 25
Replying to @fabiovelo
I'd believe in that!
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 25
is talking about protection motivation theory and intention to reduce fossil fuels
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Lisa Novoradovskaya Apr 25
Replying to @annaklas_
And finally talking about climate change in Australia and how hard it is to persuade people to take care of Great Barrier Reef
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