Malcolm Flack


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Mal is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology in the College of Health and Human Sciences, specialising in teaching research methods, assessment and interventions. He has over 15 years’ experience conducting gambling research in the NT and serves as a reviewer for several journals. Mal contributed to the design of the 2015 and 2018 NT Gambling Prevalence and Wellbeing Surveys and the subsequent reports. Mal has led and supervised a diverse range of research projects, including research on academic performance, online problematic social media use and ex-service members’ wellbeing. He is currently supervising several postgraduate student projects and is a member of the Behavioural Addictions, Alcohol and Drugs (BAAD) research group in the College of Health and Human Sciences at CDU.

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Award Date: 1 May 2013


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