Unmasking the Impostor Phenomenon

Imposter phenomenon has been described as an “internal experience of intellectual phoniness” (Matthews & Clance, 1985, p.71). It is linked to anxiety, depression, perfectionism, personality traits, self-esteem, self-handicapping. It could be linked to job performance, turnover, cultural factors, gender perceptions, self-presentation, fear of failure/success. Research goals include: Examine the factor structure of the IP in relation to personality traits, cognitive ability, self-confidence and self-handicapping Investigate the nature of the IP in… more

Urban DARPA Grand Challenge

Created in conjunction with Berkeley and UTS for the The Urban Grand Challenge, run by the US Defence Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) this team developed a challenge car that can drive itself. more


Using Gamification to Improve Vegetable Intake in Young Adults VegeChamp is a theory based mobile gaming intervention designed to motivate young adults to improve their vegetable intake by enhancing their self-efficacy for cooking with vegetables and providing quick and easy ways to include them in their diet. The gaming and self-monitoring prototype apps are undergoing pilot testing before being rolled out in a trial intervention. Feedback is being used to… more

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