Dr Rhonda Shaw
Grad Dip Ed (Tertiary Teaching), BPsych (Hons), PhD (James Cook University)
PositionCourse Director, School of Psychology
Phone/Faxwork(02) 6338 4826
- Foundations of Psychology
- Visual working memory and ageing
- Dedifferentiation of working memory processes across the adult life span
- Measuring visual memory - task development
- Verbalisability of visual stimuli
- False memories
I also have an interest in examining the impact of expectations of pain on cognition, especially in relation to working memory.
- 2009 - Shaw, R., Buckingham, R., & Hiramatsu, I. CSU Competitive Grant - $9086, Charles Sturt University. Project title: Expectations of pain and cognitive functioning.
- 2008 - Shaw, R., & Gullifer, J. CSU Small Grant - $5988, Charles Sturt University. Project title: Community perceptions of ageing issues.
- 2006 - School of Social Science and Liberal studies research activity funding - $2700, Charles Sturt University.
- 2006 - Faculty of Arts Seed Grant - $2700, Charles Sturt University.
- 2005 - Faculty Arts, Education, and Social Sciences Internal Research Grant (Doctoral) - $2500, James Cook University.
- Shaw, R. (2009). Interference and Visual Memory for Abstract and Pictorial Stimuli: The Effects of Articulatory Suppression and Spatial Tapping. Poster presented at the 16 th European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP) Conference, Krakow, Poland.