Dr Sinead Golley

Behavioural Scientist

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Biography

Dr Sinead Golley is a behavioural scientist who joined the CSIRO in May 2009. Her particular expertise lies in the areas of social-cognitive and applied health psychology, with specialised understanding of the relationship between implicit cognitive processes, in particular the use of heuristic knowledge structures, and subsequent biases in attitudes, attributions and decision making.

Her current research topics include the understanding the drivers of food choice, in particular food avoidance, acceptance of novel technologies in relation to food, and also individual differences with relevance to health attitudes and their impact on (multiple) health behaviours.

Professional Areas

Current Roles

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    Food avoidance

  • Visiting Research Fellow
    The University of Adelaide

Acadamic Qualifications

  • 2011

    PhD (Psychology)
    University of South Australia

Publications

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