Position: Associate Professor, School of Psychology
Deputy Director, Centre for Health Initiatives
Phone: (02) 4221 3716
Dr Magee is a health psychology researcher, with specific interests in the following two related areas:
- Understanding the influence of poor sleep quality on health and well-being.
- Investigating how factors such as sleep, work-life balance, and workplace bullying affect employee outcomes (e.g., absenteeism, work engagement).
He is also interested in the determinants and consequences of health behaviours more broadly (e.g., condom use, alcohol), and the well-being of vulnerable populations. He holds a number of grants and consultancies, and has a keen interest in the translation of research findings into policy and practice.
Qualifications: B Psyc (Hons); MBA (Distinction); PhD
- Sleep, lifestyle, and well-being
- Occupational health psychology
- Work-life balance
- Health behaviours
- Quantitative methods
- Lauren Gardner: Reducing Drop-Out Rates From Youth Sports: The Role Of Implicit Beliefs
- Carol Keane: Trauma and Substance Misuse
- Alisha McGregor: The impact of individual and organisational factors on workplace presenteeism
- Laura Robinson: Sole working mothers, psychological distress and burnout: the role of work-family balance.
To be confirmed.
HDR student Virginia Williams has had her paper “Enhancing recovery orientation within mental health services: expanding the utility of values” published in The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice selected by the journal’s editorial board as the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
There were 36 papers published in the journal during the year and Virginia’s was selected.
Well done Virginia.
2017 Honours Research Proposal Best Poster Prize Winner: Laura Gunns (Supervisor: Mark Schira)
Thesis Working Title: An Investigation of Inverted Voxels Within the Human V1 Using High Resolution fMRI