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Emma Gould is a Lecturer in the School of Psychology. She has training in Clinical Neuropsychology and teaches in the Master of Psychology (Clinical) program at the Waterfront Campus. Emma lectures in the areas of psychological assessment, the biological basis of behaviour and professional ethics and supervises fourth year and Master of Psychology (Clinical) students.
Unit Chair: HPS779 Psychological Assessment
Unit Chair: HPS778 Biological and Neuropsychological Perspectives on Disorder
Unit Chair: HPS776 Issues in Professional Psychology
Research Supervision of fourth year and Master of Psychology (Clinical) students
Cognitive and clinical neuropsychology
Neurodevelopmental and Psychiatric Disorders
Biological bases of behaviour
Attentional processing and executive functioning
Provisional Psychologist, Psychologists Registration Board of Victoria
Emma Gould has been involved in providing a number of professional development workshops on the administration and interpretation of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Test and the Wechsler Memory Scale to staff from organisations such as Barwon Health and Margoneet Correctional Centre.
Gould, E., Lane, T., Lewis, A., Avery, M. R. (2009). Physiological responses to an infant cry: Relationship with defence styles. Oral presentation. 44th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference. Darwin, Australia.