Dr Clemence Due
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Dr Clemence Due is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Her research interests focus on child mental health, particularly in relation to young people with refugee and migrant backgrounds. She is also interested in developmental and cross-cultural psychology, primarily utilising mixed-methods, participatory research methodologies.
Awards & Achievements
Vice Chancellor's Award for Women's Research Excellence, 2016
Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Executive Dean's Prize for Excellence in Teaching, 2012
International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development Scholarship for Asia-Pacific Workshop, 2009
Refugee and migrant studies, Developmental Psychology, Child mental health, Social psychology, Participatory research methods, Cross cultural psychology
Member, Society for Australasian Social Psychologists
Member, Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth
Member, Health Disability and Lifespan Development Research Group, The University of Adelaide
- A Report of the Educational Experiences and Wellbeing of Migrant and Refugee Children - The_Educational_Experiences_and_Wellbeing_of_Young_Children_with_Migrant_and_Refugee_Backgrounds_Report.pdf [1.0MB] (application/pdf)
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Entry last updated: Thursday, 9 Aug 2018
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