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David Mellor is a Professor in the School of Psychology, teaching mainly in the Doctoral programs offered by the School. He is an active researcher who is supervising seven higher degree research students.
Director Postgraduate Professional Programs
HPS915 Etiology of Couple and Family Disorders
HPS916 Treatment of Couple and Family Disorders
HPS917 Couple and Family Placement and Case Analysis Seminar
Child and adolescent mental health
Depression and well-being among the elderly
Racism and race relations
Deakin University Student Association Supervisor of the Year 2005
Psychology Board of Australia
Australian Psychological Society
International Association of Applied Psychology
Mellor, D., McCabe, M., Davison, T. (2011). An evaluation of the Beyondblue depression training program for aged care workers. 19th European Psychiatric Association Congress, Vienna, Austria, 12-15 March.
Mellor, D. (2010). Reconciliation in Australia: A background. International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, July 12-17..
Mellor, D. (2009). Social skills training for children with ADHD. South-East European Regional Conference of Psychology, Sofia, October 30-November 1.
Mellor, D., Moore, K., Siong, Z.M. (2009). Mapping the Linear Relationships among stressors, mediators, and coping. 44th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Darwin, September 28-October 1.
Mellor, D. (2008). Depression, loneliness and living arrangements. 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Hobart, September 23-27.
Mellor, D., Moore, K., & Yeow, J. (2008). Psychometric Properties of the DASS-21 in Malaysia. 2nd Convention of the Asian Psychological Society, Kuala Lumpur, June 26-28.
Mellor, D., Ricciardelli, L., McCabe, M., Yeow, J., Hidayah, N. & Binti Mohd Hapidzal, N.F. (2008). Socio-Cultural Influences on Body Dissatisfaction and Body Change amongst Malaysian Adolescents. 2nd Convention of the Asian Psychological Society, Kuala Lumpur, June 26-28.