Shannon StuartNone · Independent
Currently working in family violence policy development.
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March 2014 - November 2015
- Academic Tutor
- PSYC3020 Measurement in Psychology - Semester 2, 2015 | Psychology of Criminal Justice MOOC - Semester 2, 2014; Semester 2, 2015 | PSYC1030 Introduction to Psychology: Developmental, Social & Clinical Psychology - Semester 1, 2014; Semester 2, 2014
November 2013 - present
- Research Assistant
- Project: ARC Linkage Grant Scheme working in conjunction with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service investigating blood donor motivation and retention.
March 2010 - December 2013
University of Queensland
Field of study
Although victim and perpetrator gender are proposed to influence legally relevant decision-making in cases of intimate partner violence (IPV), there is limited research into factors that may influence decision-making in ‘non-prototypical’ cases of IPV, such as that which occurs between same-sex partners. While research conducted in other contexts s...
Research has consistently shown that jurors are influenced by multiple schemas in cases of alleged sexual assault, including offense stereotypes and victim stereotypes. These schemas appear to be organized in a hierarchy, as victim stereotypicality seems to matter most in acquaintance assaults (counter-stereotypical offense). However, despite numer...