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Dr Robyn Moffitt

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

r.moffitt@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46963

Research interests

Health and disease; sport and exercise performance; eating and body image; mental health and wellbeing; teaching and learning; online assessment feedback.

Teaching interests

Counselling; counselling psychology; psychotherapy. 

Awards

2020 Vice Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Teaching (RMIT University)

2020 Vice Chancellor's Award for Strategic Contributions to Learning & Teaching (RMIT University)

2019 STEM College Recognition of Outstanding Student Experience Award (RMIT University)

2019 School of Health and Biomedical Sciences Executive Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence (RMIT University) 

2014 Early Career Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (Australian Catholic University) 

Publications

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2022

Critical physician behaviors in the formation of a good physician-patient relationship: Concept mapping the perspective of patients with chronic conditions

J Eigeland, L Jones, N Sheeran, R Moffitt

(2022), Vol. 105, pp. 198-205, Patient Education and Counseling, Ireland, C1

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Switching attentional focus across internal and external cues improves performance in a rowing task in novices

D Neumann, A Olive, R Moffitt, T Piatkowski

(2022), Vol. 61, pp. 1-8, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2021

External shame and its association with depression and anxiety: the moderating role of self-compassion

T Callow, R Moffitt, D Neumann

(2021), Vol. 56, pp. 70-80, Australian Psychologist, London, Eng., C1

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More than words: Using digital cues to enhance student perceptions of online assignment feedback

C Padgett, R Moffitt, R Grieve

(2021), Vol. 49, Internet and Higher Education, C1

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The impact of emoji use and feedback medium on perceptions of marker personality in online assessment feedback

R Moffitt, C Padgett, R Grieve

(2021), Vol. 92, Learning and Individual Differences, C1

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2020

Implicit Approach Biases for Physically Active Lifestyle Cues

R Moffitt, E Kemps, T Hannan, D Neumann, S Stopar, C Anderson

(2020), Vol. 18, pp. 833-849, International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, London, Eng., C1

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Accessibility and emotionality of online assessment feedback: Using emoticons to enhance student perceptions of marker competence and warmth

R Moffitt, C Padgett, R Grieve

(2020), Vol. 143, Computers and Education, C1

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Unburdening the Weight of Stigma: Findings From a Compassion-Focused Group Program for Women With Overweight and Obesity

Y Forbes, R Moffitt, M Van Bokkel, C Donovan

(2020), Vol. 34, pp. 336-357, Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Specific internal and external attentional focus instructions have differential effects on rowing performance

D Neumann, N Walsh, R Moffitt, T Hannan

(2020), Vol. 50, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, C1

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2019

Student perceptions of marker personality and intelligence: The effect of emoticons in online assignment feedback

R Grieve, R Moffitt, C Padgett

(2019), Vol. 69, pp. 232-238, Learning and Individual Differences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Implicit approach-avoidance associations predict leisure-time exercise independently of explicit exercise motivation

T Hannan, R Moffitt, D Neumann, E Kemps

(2019), Vol. 8, pp. 210-222, Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, Washington, D.C., C1

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2018

Comparing the efficacy of a brief self-esteem and self-compassion intervention for state body dissatisfaction and self-improvement motivation

R Moffitt, D Neumann, S Williamson

(2018), Vol. 27, pp. 67-76, Body Image, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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A systematic review of the application of interactive virtual reality to sport

D Neumann, R Moffitt, P Thomas, K Loveday, D Watling, C Lombard, S Antonova, M Tremeer

(2018), Vol. 22, pp. 183-198, Virtual Reality, Bern, Germany, C1

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Affective and attentional states when running in a virtual reality environment

D Neumann, R Moffitt

(2018), Vol. 6, Sports, Switzerland, C1

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2016

Is cake more appealing in the afternoon? Time of day is associated with control over automatic positive responses to unhealthy food

A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt

(2016), Vol. 54, pp. 67-74, Food Quality and Preference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Too Depleted to Try? Testing the Process Model of Ego Depletion in the Context of Unhealthy Snack Consumption

A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt

(2016), Vol. 8, pp. 386-404, Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Does trait self-control predict weaker desire for unhealthy stimuli? A lab-based study of unhealthy snack intake

A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt

(2016), Vol. 89, pp. 69-74, Personality and Individual Differences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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The effects of the presence of others during a rowing exercise in a virtual reality environment

E Murray, D Neumann, R Moffitt, P Thomas

(2016), Vol. 22, pp. 328-336, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Assignments 2.0: The role of social presence and computer attitudes in student preferences for online versus offline marking

R Grieve, C Padgett, R Moffitt

(2016), Vol. 28, pp. 8-16, Internet and Higher Education, C1

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2015

Applying the theory of planned behavior to physical activity: The moderating role of mental toughness

T Hannan, R Moffitt, D Neumann, P Thomas

(2015), Vol. 37, pp. 514-522, Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, United States, C1-1

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The efficacy of a self-managed Acceptance and Commitment Therapy intervention DVD for physical activity initiation

R Moffitt, P Mohr

(2015), Vol. 20, pp. 115-129, British Journal of Health Psychology, England, C1-1

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Inhibitory self-control moderates the effect of changed implicit food evaluations on snack food consumption

A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt

(2015), Vol. 90, pp. 114-122, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Treatment Beliefs and Preferences for Psychological Therapies for Weight Management

R Moffitt, A Haynes, P Mohr

(2015), Vol. 71, pp. 584-596, Journal of Clinical Psychology, London, England, C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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Supervisions

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