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Researcher: Tranent, PJ (Mr Peter Tranent)

Fields of Research

Social psychology
Educational psychology
Health psychology
Psychology of ageing
Education assessment and evaluation
Other psychology
Educational technology and computing
Human information interaction and retrieval
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Counselling, wellbeing and community services
Other Indigenous studies

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in psychology
Teaching and instruction technologies
Behaviour and health
Employment patterns and change
Expanding knowledge in the health sciences
Professions and professionalisation
Other education and training
Multicultural services
Ability and disability
Health education and promotion
Social structure and health
Health status (incl. wellbeing)
Clinical health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A cross-campus teaching model using Impatica and i-Lecture
A randomised control trial of the cognitive effects of working in a seated as opposed to a standing position in office workers; Ergonomics
Acute physical exercise can influence the accuracy of metacognitive judgments; Scientific Reports
An evaluation of criterion-referenced assessment in Psychology B; 10th Teaching Matters Annual Conference
Attitude scales and the valid measurement of theoretically different types of racism; 5th Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists
Big Class - No Worries; Desire2LearnIgnite
Conceptualising the Relationship between Maternal Parenting Style and Adolescent Self-Esteem: A Pragmatic Approach; Journal of Relationships Research
Effect of standing or walking at a workstation on cognitive function: a randomized counterbalanced trial; Human Factors
Student and casual marker evaluation of paper versus online submission and marking of assignments; Teaching Matters 2013
Student and casual marker evaluation of paper versus online submission and marking of assignments; Teaching Matters 13: Open UTAS to the World
Welfare to Work for People with Disabilities in Northern Tasmania
With due consideration: Australian human service practitioners' understandings of confidentiality and disclosure obligations in regard to cases concerning gambling-related theft; International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction
Young adults' stories of gambling in a research situation: a narrative inquiry; International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction

Research Projects

Adolescents' and Young Adults' Stories Regarding Gambling: A Narrative Inquiry; Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania (DHHS)
Welfare to work for people with disabilities in Northern Tasmania

Research Candidate Supervision

For Poorer- How Men Experience, Understand and Respond to Problematic Aspects of a Partner's Gambling