Doctor Kell Tremayne

Doctor Kell Tremayne

Aca - Bachelor of Science, Criminology & Psychological Studies,
Psychology: Human Behaviour

Academic Course Advisor, Undergraduate Psychology,
Psychology

Lecturer Psychology,
Psychology

Biography

Kell completed his doctoral degree in Psychology at Western Sydney University. He has had extensive experience working in sustainable high performance. Previously, Kell worked as a psychology consultant for NSW Sailing and worked as an external psychology provider with the NSW Institute of Sport for several years.

In the last few years Kell has focussed on the area of positive psychology, resilience, and sustainable well-being.

He has received some awards for contributions to teaching, which include

  • 2015 APS Psychology Lecturer of the Year
  • 2018 WSU Excellence in Teaching Award.

NSW Registered Psychologist, Registration No. PSY0001370597.

This information has been contributed by Doctor Tremayne.

Qualifications

  • Phd University of Western Sydney
  • GradDipPsy University of Western Sydney
  • BA(Hons) University of Western Sydney

Awards

  • Australian Psychological Society Lecturer of the Year 2015-12-03
  • Western Sydney University Excellence in Teaching 2018-12-04

Interests

  • Positive Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Performance Psychology
  • Sport Psychology

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Psychology: Human Behaviour
  • Psychology
  • Psychology

Contact

Email: K.Tremayne@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone:
Mobile:
Location: EH.G.18
Parramatta

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 100013 Experimental Design and Analysis, 2013
  • 100013 Experimental Design and Analysis, 2014
  • 101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science, 2015
  • 101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science, 2016
  • 101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science, 2017
  • 101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science, 2018
  • 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour, 2015
  • 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour, 2016
  • 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour, 2017
  • 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour, 2018
  • 101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour, 2019
  • 101689 Advanced Research Methods, 2014
  • 101689 Advanced Research Methods, 2015
  • 101689 Advanced Research Methods, 2016
  • 102531 Psychology: Human Behaviour (online), 2017
  • 102531 Psychology: Human Behaviour (online), 2018
  • 102531 Psychology: Human Behaviour (online), 2019
  • 102532 Psychology: Behavioural Science (online), 2017
  • 102606 Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness, Resilience and Wellbeing, 2018
  • 102606 Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness, Resilience and Wellbeing, 2019

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Tremayne, K. and Curtis, G. (2020), '[In Press] Attitudes and understanding are only part of the story : self-control, age and self-imposed pressure predict plagiarism over and above perceptions of seriousness and understanding', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, .
  • Curtis, G. and Tremayne, K. (2019), '[In Press] Is plagiarism really on the rise? : results from four 5-yearly surveys', Studies in Higher Education, .

Conference Papers

  • Tremayne, K. and Curtis, G. (2006), 'Cooperative behaviour in a prisoner dilemma - a terro management perspective', The Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference: Self-concept, Motivation, Social, and Personal Identity for the 21st Century, Michigan University, Ann Arbor, USA.
  • Tremayne, K., Martin, A. and Dowson, M. (2006), 'Job characteristics, fatigue and motivation - is a happy and healthy worker a productive worker', The Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference: Self-concept, Motivation, Social, and Personal Identity for the 21st Century, Michigan University, Ann Arbor, USA.
  • Martinez-Fernandez, C., Soosay, C., Bjorkli, M. and Tremayne, K. (2004), 'Are Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities Enablers of Innovation Processes? - A Study of Australian Software Firms', 5th International CINet Conference 2004, Sydney.

Positive Psychology

Student attitudes towards plagiarism

Dunning Kruger Effect

This information has been contributed by Doctor Tremayne.

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