About Me


I am a recent P.h.D. graduate from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. I am a member of HaPI lab at Griffith University Mt Gravatt. I have experience in social psychology using both quantitative and qualitative methods. For my PhD I am researching the role of implicit beliefs and habit in the prediction of health behaviours. This research will focus upon the presence and role of implicit cognition in predicting behaviour alongside habit, as well as the investigation of potential moderation effects. My current research includes testing integrated models of behaviour, testing behaviour change strategies, and experimental psychology.

PhD Supervision Team

Associate Professor Kyra Hamilton - Primary Supervisor, Griffith University (Website)

Professor Martin Hagger - External Supervisor, University of California, Merced (Website)

Professor Shirley Morrisey - Associate Supervisor (Retired), Griffith University

Doctor Kathryn Modecki - Associate Supervisor, Griffith University (Website)


Bachelor of Arts – Psychology – Graduated in 2015

Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) – Graduated in 2017

Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

P.h.D (School of Applied Psychology)Conferred 2022

Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia


Sessional Academic – 2018 to 2022

Griffith University, School of Applied Psychology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Lead Presenter – 2020 to 2022

Griffith University, Researcher Education Department, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow - 2022 to 2023

Menzies Health Institute, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Service Roles

Committee Member - Australian Psychological Society, Psychology Education Interest Group 2020-2021

Committee Member - Griffith University School of Applied Psychology Research Conference Planning Committee 2020-2021