Kim M Caudwell


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I am a research-focused Lecturer within the College of Health and Human Sciences at CDU (Casuarina Campus), based in the Greater Darwin region of the Northern Territory. I would like to acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional lands of the Larrakia people, and pay my respect to elders both past and present.

My main area of focus is understanding why individuals do or do not engage in various health behaviours, drawing from theories of social cognition, motivation, and volition. My main focus is on deleterious health behaviours, such as patterns of excessive alcohol use and tobacco use, however I have a broad range of interests in the fields of health and social psychology. My aim is to work towards designing and evaluating health behavioural interventions that seek to reduce engagement in deleterious health behaviours, improve health outcomes, and promote engagement in beneficial health behaviours.

I am currently registered to supervise postgraduate students and welcome any expressions of interest or invitations for collaboration.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Alcohol consumption and pre-drinking in Australian undergraduates, Curtin University

Bachelor, BPsych(Hons), Curtin University


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