Ashley Day

  • Awards & Achievements

    2011 - Australian Postgraduate Award

    2012 - Australasian Epidemiological Association Top Student Award in PhD/Master of Psychology (Health)

  • Research Interests

    My PhD research lies in the area of preventative health psychology, specifically relating to skin cancer and the tanning behaviours of individuals. I have also been involved in research concerning the psycho-social outcomes of adults who had cranio-facial conditions as children.

    I am generally interested in health behaviours of individuals and the factors which contribute to individuals making decisions/performing actions regarding their health.

  • Publications

    Conference Presentations

    Sun-protection and exposure among young women: Comparisons of various tanning behaviours. Day, A, Roberts, R. & Oxlad, M. 46th Annual APS Conference, October 2011, Canberra.



    Day, A, Wilson, C, Hutchinson, A, & Roberts, R. (2012) The role of skin cancer knowledge in sun-related behaviours: a systematic review. The Journal of Health Psychology. In press.

    Day, A, Oxlad, M, & Roberts, R. (2013) Predictors of Sun-Related Behaviors Among Young Women: Comparisons Between Outdoor Tanners, Fake Tanners, and Tan Avoiders. Journal of American College Health, 61(6), 315-22, DOI:10.1080/07448481.2013.806926


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Entry last updated: Wednesday, 14 Aug 2013