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Researcher: Harper, AJ (Dr Amanda Harper)

Fields of Research

Personality and individual differences
Curriculum and pedagogy
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Inclusive education

Research Objectives

Pedagogy
Inclusive education
Assessment, development and evaluation of curriculum

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An introduction to paving the practical pathway: The place of gifted education pedagogy in undergraduate clinical skills acquisition; Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators/Asian Medical Education Conference
Instruments of Empathy: How they measure up against Dabrowski’s Theory of Positive Disintegration; The Twelfth International Dabrowski Congress
John Geake Outstanding Thesis Award
Minimal effects of reduced teaching hours on undergraduate medical student learning outcomes and course evaluations; Medical Teacher
Paving the Practical Pathway: The place of gifted education pedagogy in undergraduate clinical skills education in Australia
The Development of Empathy in Gifted Children through the Lens of TPD; Eleventh International Dabrowski Congress
Through the Dąbrowski lens: a fresh examination of the Theory of Positive Disintegration; Roeper Review
Through the Dąbrowski lens: An analysis of preliminary findings for giftedness, empathy and academic self-concept in undergraduate health care students compared with related findings in grade 5/6 students; The Twelfth International Dabrowski Congress
Through the Dąbrowski Lens: Empathy and the Syntonic Continuum; Roeper Review
Through the Dąbrowski lens: Philosophy, faith, and the personality ideal; Roeper Review
Through the Dabrowski lens: Synergies between Sternberg’s ACCEL model for identifying the gifted and the Theory of Positive Disintegration; Seventh Biennial State Conference of the Tasmanian Association for the Gifted
Through the Dabrowski Lens: Wisdom, Transformational Giftedness, and the Personality Ideal; Transformational Giftedness
Understanding giftedness: The importance of cultural context; Seventh Biennial State Conference of the Tasmanian Association for the Gifted

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision