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Mr Andrew McClelland
School of Psychology
+61 3 924 68185
Role and profile
Andrew McClelland is a Lecturer in the School of Psychology. He teaches at undergraduate and post-graduate level and supervises 4th year Honors and Graduate Diploma students. He is currently completing his PhD (thesis by publication) in the School of Psychological Medicine at Monash University.
Unit Chair: HPY210: Coaching Individuals for Behaviour Change; HPY310: Coaching and Facilitating Groups for Behaviour Change.
Teaching, other units: Counselling (4th years) and various undergraduate and post-graduate units.
Andrew currently focuses on a number of areas of research:
• The influence of visuospatial suppression on substance cravings (food and alcohol);
• Ostracism and rumination;
• Responses (assertiveness, aggression, passivity, angry rumination, resentment) to interpersonal stressors and the effect on emotions, cognitions and the cardiovascular system.
Through his work in developing coaching and counselling for behaviour change units, Andrew also has some expertise in these areas but is currently not involved in research in this domain.
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