Dr Adella Bhaskara

Visiting Research Fellow
Dr Adella Bhaskara
  Org Unit Psychology
  Email adella.bhaskara@adelaide.edu.au
  Location Hughes Building ,   North Terrace

PhD, The University of Adelaide (2015)

BPsySc(Hons), The University of Queensland (2008)

Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence (2015)

Publication Incentive Award (2011)

Australian Research Council (ARC) Funded PhD Scholarship (2010-2013)

The University of Queensland Summer Research Scholarship (2008)

Head of School Letter of Commendation for Top Performing Students (2006 2008)

Executive Dean's Commendation for High Achievement (2006-2008)

Courses Taught:

  • Introductory Psychology A (Level 1)
  • Introductory Psychology B (Level 1)
  • Research Design, Methods, and Statistical Analysis (Level 2)
  • Foundations of Perception and Cognition (Level 2)
  • Advanced Research Design, Methods, and Statistical Analysis (Level 3)
  • Perception and Cognition (Level 3)
  • Learning and Behaviour (Level 3)

  • Experimental, applied, cognitive, and social psychology
  • PhD in the area of eyewitness identification and testimony
  • Honours in the area of human factors

Refereed Journal Articles

Loft, S., Smith, R. E., & Bhaskara, A. (2011). Prospective memory in an air traffic control simulation: External aids that signal when to act. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17, 60-70. doi:10.1037/a0022845

Refereed Conference Proceedings 

Loft, S., Smith, R. E., & Bhaskara, A. (2009). Designing memory aids to facilitate intentions to deviate from routine in an air traffic control simulation. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 53rd Annual Meeting, USA, 53, 56-60. doi:10.1518/107118109X12524440832980

Conference Papers

Bhaskara, A., Semmler, C., Brewer, N., & Douglass, A. B. (2012, April). Differential effects of confirming post-identification feedback on eyewitness subjective and objective judgments. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Bhaskara, A., & Semmler, C.  (2012, April). Social psychology in the cop shop: How psychological theory can be used to understand and improve eyewitness evidence. Symposium Convenors at the annual conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Bhaskara, A., Semmler, C., Brewer, N., & Douglass, A. B. (2011, June). Can objective judgments be influenced by post-identification feedback? Paper presented at the Ninth Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, New York City, NY, USA.

Loft, S., & Bhaskara, A. (2009, June). Designing aids to facilitate prospective memory in air traffic control simulation. Paper presented at the 8th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, Manly, NSW, Australia.

Other Talks

Bhaskara, A., Semmler, C., Brewer, N., & Douglass, A. B. (2013, October). Can we trust eyewitnesses’ identifications and testimonies? Paper presented at the School of Psychology Postgraduate Research Day, University of Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Bhaskara, A., Semmler, C., Brewer, N., & Douglass, A. B. (2012, August). What do we know about eyewitness identification and testimony? Poster presented at the annual University of Adelaide Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Theses

Bhaskara, A. (2015). Differential effects of confirming post-identification feedback on eyewitness testimony-relevant judgments (Doctoral dissertation, Dean’s commendation for doctoral thesis excellence). The University of Adelaide, Australia.

Bhaskara, A. (2008). Can memory aids improve prospective memory performance and reduce task interference in an air traffic control task? (Honours thesis, First class). The University of Queensland, Australia.

Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC)

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