Mrs Clare McGuiness

Mrs Clare McGuiness
 Position PhD Candidate
 Org Unit Psychology
 Email clare.mcguiness@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8313 3850
 Location Floor/Room 7 21 ,  Hughes ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

    PhD commenced January 2014

    Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) /Psychology (first class) - 2012

    Graduate Diploma in Psychological Sciences - 2011

    Bachelor of Visual Communication (Honours) / Graphic design (first class) - 2004

    Bachelor of Visual Communication / Graphic design - 2003

    Recent

    View my 2015 Three-Minute Thesis presentation at the University of Adelaide Final.

        
  • Awards & Achievements

    School of Psychology Prize, Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference (2015)

    Three-Minute Thesis finalist representing Faculty of Health Sciences (2015)

    Northern Communities Health Foundation Prize for Three-Minute Thesis presentation (2015)

    School of Psychology Prize, Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference (2014)

    Faculty of Health Sciences Prize, Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference (2014)

    Australian Postgraduate Award (commencing 2014)

  • Teaching Interests

    Tutor for third-year Health & Lifespan Development Psychology in 2015.

    Tutor and practical coordinator for third-year Health & Lifespan Development Psychology in 2014.

  • Research Interests

    Health psychology

    Public health

    Dual-process theories of cognition

    Health promotion

    Cancer screening

    Men's health

    Dietary choices

    Companion animals (psychosocial aspects)

    Climate change (psychosocial aspects)

     

     

     

  • Publications

    Journal articles

    Chur-Hansen, A., Werner, L., McGuiness, C. E., & Hazel, S. (2014). The Experience of Being a Guide Dog Puppy Raiser Volunteer: A Longitudinal Qualitative Collective Case Study. Animals, 5(1), 1-12. doi: 10.3390/ani5010001

    Oster, C., McGuiness, C., Duncan, A., & Turnbull, D. (2014). Masculinity and men’s participation in colorectal cancer screening. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 16(3). doi: 10.1037/a0038154


     

    Presentations

    McGuiness, C. E., Turnbull, D., Zajac, I., Wilson, C., & Duncan, A. (2015, September). "Do you use your head or go with your gut?". Three-minute thesis presentation at the Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

    McGuiness, C. E., Turnbull, D., Zajac, I., Wilson, C., & Duncan, A. (2015, September). "Do you use your head or go with your gut?". Presentation at the 2015 Three-Minute Thesis competition: University of Adelaide final, Adelaide, South Australia.

    [Click here to view my Three-Minute Thesis presentation]

    McGuiness, C. (2015, April). Cognitive style as predictor of men's colorectal and prostate cancer screening. Presentation at the APS College of Health Psychologists Conference, Sydney, New South Wales.

    Oakes*, C. (2013, May). “Building yourself to better cope”: A Qualitative Case Study of a Cycling Team led by Cancer Survivors. Quick-fire presentation at the Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

     

    Posters

    McGuiness, C.E. (2015, September). To DRE or not to DRE? Poster presented at the Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. [Shown at middle right]

    McGuiness, C.E. (2014, September). “Building yourself to better cope”: A case study of a cycling team led by cancer survivors. Poster presented at the Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. [Shown at bottom right]

    Oakes*, C. (2013, April). “Building yourself to better cope”: A case study of a cycling team led by cancer survivors. Poster presented at the Australian Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference, Cairns, Queensland.

    Oakes*, C. (2013, February). “Building yourself to better cope”: A case study of a cycling team led by cancer survivors. Poster presented at the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer Survivorship Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

    *Maiden name.

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