I am a research professor working primarily on psychological and health aspects of gambling. My main expertise is in research methods and statistics, and so I often act as a consulting statistician assisting other researchers and students. I enjoy applying statistical and machine learning methods across several disciplines, but especially in social science and psychology.
I completed a PhD in psychophysiology methodology in 2002, publishing several novel methods for the analysis of EEG recordings. Before coming to CQU, I worked in several research organisations including CSIRO and the Fraunhofer Gesslschaft (Institute for Autonomous Systems). For a time, I also ran my own commercial construction business.
I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:
At the level of Mentor Supervisor
Psychology - Psychological Methodology, Design and Analysis