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BPSYCH (Hons), PhD Psychology, Western Sydney University
Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney
Decision Making, Expectations and Cognitive Ageing
Following PhD study at Western Sydney University, Brooke Brady works as a postdoctoral research fellow in Professor Kaarin Anstey’s group at NeuRA/UNSW. Brooke’s work is primarily focused on developing new insights into decision making and ageing, including the role of social expectations in financial and health decision making in later life.
Brooke has extensive teaching experience in undergraduate psychology, with a particular focus on advanced statistical methods. Brooke also has over five years of research assistant experience working on diverse projects, ranging from the Shamatha longitudinal study of mindfulness to large cohort studies of LGBTIQ+ safety and diversity in an educational context.
Keywords: Decision Making; Emotion Regulation; Interdisciplinary Research Practice; LGBT Health