Staff profile - Hannah Bereznicki

Miss Hannah Bereznicki

Position: Lecturer in Psychology
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Health
Department: School of Psychology
Campus: Geelong Waterfront Campus
Phone: +61 3 52278715 +61 3 52278715
Email: hannah.bereznicki@deakin.edu.au

Academic

Teaching Interests

Hannah is passionate about first year psychology, and committed to providing a supportive environment to encourage students to be motivated and enthusiastic about their learning.


Subjects and units currently teaching

Unit Leader / Unit Chair - HPS121 Introduction to Psychology B

Campus Co-ordinator - HPS111 Introduction to Psychology A


Conferences and seminars

Bereznicki, H.G.K. & Horwood, S. (2014). Facilitating development of metacognition in first year psychology students. International Conference on Education and Psychological Sciences, Taipei.

Horwood, S. & Bereznicki, H.G.K. (2014). Enhancing Gradate Digital Literacy Skills via Web-based Assessment Tasks. International Conference on Education and Psychological Sciences, Taipei.

Horwood, S. & Drury, H.G.K. (2013). The flipped classroom in first year psychology. Fourth International Conference on Teaching Psychology, Vancouver.


Sutherland-Smith, W. Horwood, S. & Drury, H.G.K. (2013). Technology meets pedagogy: re-imagining assessment in a large first year university class. Fourth International Conference on Teaching Psychology, Vancouver.

Drury, H.G.K., Gardiner, P., Tooley, G.A. & Pearce, A.J. (2013). Perception of Sensation and Corticospinal Responses Following Low-Level Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation.  Australasian Neuroscience Society 2013 Conference, Melbourne.

Pearce, A.J., Drury, H.G.K., Gardiner, P. & Tooley, G.A. (2013). Can you feel it? Perception of Sensation and Corticospinal Responses Following Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation.  Progress in Motor Control IV, Montreal.

Butler N, Florence K, Bereznicki H.G.K. (2012) The Effect of Graded Exercise Therapy on Quality of Life Post Treatment and at Three Month Review for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. 5th Exercise & Sports Science Australia Conference: Research to Practice.

Horwood, S. & Bereznicki, H.G.K. (2012). The flipped classroom in first year psychology. Deakin Teaching and Learning Conference, Melbourne.

Awards

Awards and prizes

2014 Office for Learning and Teaching - Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

2013 Deakin University - WJC Banks Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching

2013 Deakin University, Faculty of Health - Award for Teaching Excellence


Research

Research interests

Neuromodulation for pain relief in chronic illness


Publications

Publications

Pearce, A. J., Hoy, K., Rogers, M. A., Corp, D. T., Maller, J. J, Drury, H.G.K., & Fitzgerald, P. B. (2014). The long term effects of sports concussion on retired Australian football players: a study using Transranial Magnetic Stimulation. Journal of Neurotrauma, 31(12), pp. 1139-1145.

Pearce, A., Lum, J., Seth, S., Rafael, O., Hsu, K., Drury, H.G.K.., & Tooley, G. (2014). Multiple bout rTMS on Spatial Working Memory: A comparison study of two cortical areas. Biological Pyschology, 100, pp. 56-59.

Bereznicki, H.G.K., Sutherland-Smith, W., & Horwood, S. (2014). Sinking or swimming in the deep end? Developing a professional academic identity as a postgraduate student in charge of large classes. Psychology Teaching Review, 20(1), 12-20.

Corp, D.T., Drury, H.G.K., Young, K., Do, M., Perkins, T. & Pearce, A.J. (2013). Corticomotor responses to attentionally demanding motor performance: A mini review. Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology, 4(165).


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