My research is in the area of organisational behaviour and applied social psychology, focusing on group and intergroup processes. I have three main programs of research: (1) workplace diversity and inclusion, especially with respect to gender and disability; (2) moods and emotions in work groups; and (3) social identity theory. My current research projects focus on supporting sustainable employment for individuals on the autism spectrum; neurodiversity employment programs; and improving organisational support for employees and volunteers with a disability. I collaborate with organisations in the information and communications technology, government, sport, and not-for-profit sectors. In 2022 I am a co-chief investigator on a Study Melbourne Research Partnerships grant funded by veski and a Linkage Project grant from the Australian Research Council.



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